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And depending on where you are, there is a trans-cultural way of living, around work, children ask for candies in this day, many come from very restricted, if not misery income. With children, I still fall in this matrix illusion, just to see them smile, so I bought candies for them.Psyche said:I lit up a candle. Your thoughts are very timing for this day, the 1st of November, and I hope every single person calling himself or herself part of humanity will come to realize this.lwu02eb said:Having thought about this a little more it also seems to me that it would be much more useful to light a candle or spare a though for all the tens of millions, if not billions, of children worldwide who are either starving, mentally or physically diseased or disabled, traumatised or abused and degraded by their families and the world at large. I'm sure this process would include self-reflection for many on this forum. There are so many, and have been so many suffering children, that it defies comprehension and yet nothing changes. Humanity continues on with the same mechanic behaviour.
All Saints' Day...often shortened to All Saints, is a solemnity celebrated on 1 November...
All Saints' Day in Mexico, coincides with the first day of the Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebration. Known as "Día de los Inocentes" (Day of the Innocents), it honours deceased children and infants.
I will lit up a candle after getting home (its prohibited at work). Earlier, I saw an image from this article: http://www.sott.net/article/252999-At-halloween-nothing-is-more-terrifying-than-the-reality-of-war, it reflects precisely what lwu02eb wrote.