I decided to look up the origin of #Halloween and according to History.com it came from the Celtic Holiday of Samhain, and was used to mark the end of the harvest and the beginning of winter, and that this transition was also a bridge to the world of the dead.
For me, I prefer to look at it this way. Instead of seeing Halloween as a bridge to the world of the dead, look at it as the start of #new beginnings. Approach the change of seasons as a time when you can #reinvent yourself, heal old wounds and move on to new and greater beginnings.
I also think of it as a very #generous and friendly day as the best part of Halloween is when your friends, neighbors and even homes you don't know, open their doors to say Hello and offer you a piece of candy. Embrace today in a #kind, #friendly manner with excitement for new things to come into your life.