Tim Whittemore | Halloween: A Most Sacred Night

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Halloween: A Most Sacred Night

by Tim Whittemore

To some, Halloween offers just candy or fear; to others who can see beyond the fear, it can be a transformative sacred gift.
Genre: Holiday: Moods
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The story begins with a solo walk on a windy night in early October. Our wanderer hears strange noises that quickly evolve into the eerie telling of what Halloween offers to those who can see beyond the fear. Potential individual spiritual contemplations and lessons of Halloween include...

...learning to face one's own fears -
"Halloween comes seeking fears set in stone
But ponder beyond and what yet is unknown
Fears that take hold can transform into strength
But only for those that you own"

...honoring the memory and afterlife of loved ones who have passed -
"Halloween comes boundaries they go
Doors start to open and spirits do flow
Loved ones now gone call out once again
In hopes that you'll feel what they know"

...and re-affirming the value of the life you have yet to live -
"A symbolic vision of death yet to be
Resurrects the great worth of the life you'll still see."

The other-worldly storyteller eventually fades away, leaving our wanderer alone with the sounds of nature to accompany his unexpected personal ruminations on what Halloween truly has to offer.

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