Hi, my name is Angel Myranda, I’m Sri Lankan and I live in Malawi. I’ve been here since I was 4 years old, but I still visit Sri Lanka every few years. I love it there. I love the culture. I love my relatives. It means a lot to me. I try to embrace my culture as much as I can even though I’m away from it. Yesterday I heard devastating news in the morning. I woke up to find my dad worrying. I was like what’s wrong and he said Angel your Aunt was in the church when the bombing happened, and I was like, What bombing? And he said that there was a bombing that took place in several churches, and I said what?!? I was so surprised. Sri Lanka is such a peaceful place. I never would have expected that. So I go online and I see that 20 people died and that there were several people injured and I was so worried. It happened near the place that we live and I was wondering how my relatives are doing and I was worried for everyone else there. And the thing is it just kept getting worse. I Kept going online and I saw the death toll just keep increasing. In the morning it is 52 and, it was later, it’s 290. I wish I could do more than just sit around and watch and post about it. I post to raise awareness because no one seems to care here because it doesn’t effect them and it saddens me because I go online and I see everyone so happy celebrating Easter and all I can see is the statue of Jesus covered with blood and the faces of everyone who just lost their loved ones. Of the bodies, the church in ruins, and when I feel an ounce of happiness even if it’s for a second, I feel guilty because the people in Sri Lanka deserve it more, and I wish I could just fly there right now and donate my blood. Give them funds for medical expenses, but I can’t, I’m only 14 and it’s dangerous to go there. I wish I could do more that’s what I keep saying and I really hope it doesn’t get worse from here even though it seems like it is. The police found 87 detonators so I’m just praying it won’t get worse and I hope that everyone else prays to0 and I hope that everyone stays safe. Bye.