What is Halloween? Is this day a holiday or what? Halloween or All Hallow's Eve is a pagan holiday where spirits are welcomed and witches and warlocks dread for we all know they do not like being made fun of this night. A time of spells and incantations that could change us in some way. Actually this is a holiday that is for kids and kids at heart to have fun dressing up and collecting candy. This is a night where a long time ago kids were the only ones that went trick or treating and older ones went to parties to celebrate a night of fright. I remember it was a night of tricks for the next morning you can see the results like soaped windows and scattered corn from those who went soaping and corning throughout the neighborhood. I almost forgot all the smashed pumpkins I saw scattered on the roads, which was kind of sad for I usually did a lot of work on mine. Halloween a time for kids to have fun. Happy Halloween!
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MegL wrote on October 31, 2018, 1:43 PM
Soaped windows!! Hallowe'en was never celebrated much in GB until a few years ago. In GB (England, Scotland and Wales) they are more likely to celebrate Guy Fawkes night.
markgraham wrote on October 31, 2018, 2:38 PM
I have heard of that day. Just a note: I have been told that I still have relatives in Wales and Scotland. If you get your windows soaped look on the bright side you can do wash your windows.
VinceSummers wrote on October 31, 2018, 9:37 PM
I should probably remain silent. But Halloween, from a scriptural perspective, is no day in the park for the kiddies.
markgraham wrote on November 1, 2018, 7:12 AM
You got that right but if the children are Christian they will be fine. Halloween the Night of the Dead in so many words. It is now November 1-All Saint's Day and they are resting and in a better place while at least most of the them.
VinceSummers wrote on November 1, 2018, 7:26 AM
Well, that's part of what I'm getting at. We differ in perspective on its being OK for Christians.