NEW DELHI, June 14 -- That night he had a dream. Stojan Adasevic saw a ground full of beautiful children and youngsters, playing and laughing merrily. As soon as the children saw him, they ran away frightened.
A man in black and white dress stood far away, silently staring at Adasevic.
That dream came repeating every night. And every time Adasevic woke up terribly sweating. He could not further sleep.
"Who are you?" one day Adasevic asked that man in black and white dress.
"I am Thomas Aquinas. But why don't you ask me who these children are?" came the response.
Educated in communist schools, the Serbian doctor had not known that Catholic saint.
"Who are these children?" he enquired.
"These are the children you had killed by you...