I'm not ashamed to admit that I have shed tears at the thought on Monday evening's horror in Manchester. Our television screens and newspapers have been full of the results of that obscene act of evil and I do not propose to dwell on that side of things. It is - perhaps strangely - pleasing that all sections of the media have also highlighted positive matters.
How taxi drivers switched off their meters and offered free rides home.
How off-duty doctors, nurses, hospital porters all went back to work without having to be asked.
How so many people queued to donate blood that the blood transfusion people were unable to cop
How a Muslim man escorted his elderly Jewish neighbour to pay their respects.
How a man and woman who just happened to be passing collected 50 girls as they escaped, took them to a hotel and stayed with them until every one had been collected by parents.
How people took food and drink to hospital staff.
How a local cafe offered free food and drinks to emergency service staff.
I am sure there were many other examples that I just don't know about.
When so many people are not prepared to pass by on the other side when others are in need, there is hope for us all. Evil will be defeated.