I felt the same when I watched yesterday the huge crowds of people in Egypt rallying to start a new beginning and the Egyptian army fully supporting them with the brief words of General Al-Sissi followed by words of encouragement by the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar and the Coptic Christian Patriarch. An inspiration of millions of people, that took place in Egypt in the past 4 days, is based on hope for a better life which translates to better education, an opportunity for a better job and income for the ordinary young person, and building families in a social network worth of human fellowship.
Egyptians, and indeed all who suffer including many of us in the advanced democracies, must realize that joy can only be achieved after a long journey of patient, collaborative and productive work. This is true in any family, organization as well as government. The temptation for possessing authority, denying the goodness inherent in "the other", and stealing a temporary glory rapes the human person, and society too, of innocence and takes us back to the sin of pride committed by our first parents and still present in today's economy of greed.
Hatred as much as love gets stored in memory. It accumulates until the person explodes in violent revenge. Anyone who avenges himself or his beloved does not think that he is doing something wrong. He simply thinks that he is executing justice or retribution. When the Jews killed Christ, they did not think they were criminals but upholding the Law. Although objectively they committed a crime, they nevertheless subjectively thought they were innocent.