I love Halloween...or I guess it is more the Autumn time I like.... But I know some people dont celebrate halloween..
We take our kids trick or treating...I spend alot of time on their costumes...I put halloween and fall time decore around the house and outside ( i like decorating for it more then Christmas ) .....
So do you or dont you celebrate it? and... If not, why not ?
YES! I love Halloween, its the best time of year (as far as seasons go) and I LOVE using my imagination to dress up, and watch the kids use there imagination to dress up as well!
Answer by JnCV at 5:05 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 5:18 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
Yup! We even have a party. Part of the reason it's so important to me is that Halloween is the day I came home with my parents who adopted me at six months of age. It's like a second birthday for me! Each and every year, my mother calls to remind me that "this is the day I brought my little witch home!" LOL!
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I love ignorant people. They give me something to laugh at with my friends Anon. It is a spiritual holiday for many including myself it is called Samhain. It celebrates the harvest, gives blessings for the upcoming winter. Honors our dead loved ones. It was a community celebration to come together for one last celebration before the harsh weather comes in. For back then many did not survives. Hence the honoring of the dead. The catholics when converting the Pagans took this holiday and called it All Hollow's Eve. The day before All Saints day, honoring the saints. Servants and the poor went door to door, the wealthy members of society would give them breads and fruit. They carved faces into gourds to keep evil spirits from entering their home. Because is was believed the veil from this world and the after life was the thinnest on this day. We don't believe in the Devil so we can not worship something non existent.
Answer by CelticFaerie at 5:34 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
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