THE SPOOKY DAY OF THE YEAR – Halloween!

HALLOWEEN is celebrated on 31st October in the dedication of remembrance of the Saints (hallows), the Dead, the Martyrs, and all the faithful personalities that have left the surface and went to the spiritual realm. This day is marked as the ‘last day of summer’.

The ‘soulful’ day is celebrated with many activities :

  • Trick- or- treating
  • Halloween costume party
  • Pumpkin carving
  • Bonfire lighting
  • Fortune telling games
  • Pranks playing
  • Visitation of haunted sites
  • Scary tales telling

Every year this day is celebrated with great enthusiasm and curiosity. Curiosity about the planned and unplanned events. People decorate their houses with spooky decorations. Kids go house to house asking for treats from their neighbors.

If someone asks for my personal impression of the word ‘Halloween’ I would say it is a day of dramatic dressing. One can dress what-so-ever they want irrespective of thinking what others will think. You know why? Because they will also be dramatically dressed upon their own wishes. So there is no chance of looking at others with a questionable expression and no judging.

Life is full of uncertainty. And this day is totally apt for it. Dress up dramatically and live every moment of it with your family and friends. We heartily wish you ‘Happy Halloween’!

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