Recently, everyone started to talk about Halloween.
Last year, I didn't care about it.
But now, in my school people are setting up Halloween attractions for the first time, though everytime we said "NO" to it.
I can't do anything for my school, but I want to say some words that might change your thoughs on Halloween.
First off think, why is Halloween even here?
The origins of Halloween come from a story about a god of shamans that rules the dead world, and at that day souls of dead come and have to pay their sins. To avoid meeting with a dead soul you need to dress up as a monster and make a pumpkin.
Sounds like nothing really bad doesn't it?
Well no, because who would even believe it? The thing is that people sell Halloween stuff for money.
If they wouldn't get much money from these stuff, there would be no Halloween.
Also why would you want to dress up as a monster? There is something called a costume party where you can do it.
Second, Halloween's atmosphere is supposed to be dark and scary, you know what's also dark and scary and burns? Devil.
I'm not telling anyone that someone should believe in God or not, but dressing up as a monster would be a really unfriendly activity to do it if you think more.
Third, I've heard that people do it just for fun. But wait, scaring people, asking for candy, and if they don't give you, you make a trick, watching horror movies, what is fun with this?
Take for example eldery people, there have been cases where people got a heart attack from terror. Is this fun?
Once, some kids came to my house and put a toilet paper on the knob. (I live in an apartment)
I've heard that people throw toilet paper rolls at houses that don't give candy. You know what is it called? Vandalism.
Also, what is fun with being scared?
No offense to anyone who loves this holiday, they can still do it but I want to inform people that Halloween isn't really good.
Credit goes to United Kingdom Police, for the pic
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