Somehow, in the inverted morality of equality of the Modern Age, Halloween has become everyone's Halloween, where it should only be the Halloween of those who choose to participate. If the Modernists make Halloween as miserable as they have made Christmas...
"Be accepting." Acceptance is the catchword of liberalism. Beware of what "reminders" or information that follow.
"The child who is grabbing more than one piece of candy" may be greedy. We quote Wikipedia: Occam's razor "states that among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected. Other, more complicated solutions may ultimately prove correct, but--in the absence of certainty—the fewer assumptions that are made, the better." Italics added. This is good advice for researchers, occultists and social engineers.
"The child who takes forever to decide" lacks a hierarchy of values, like many individuals in the Modern Age. "Poor motor planning skills" is an assumption.
"The child who does not say trick or treat or thank you" displays a lack of social or common manners. Am I to believe that children show up on door steps and receive candy without doing saying anything? And depart without a word like a thief in the night? I find this situation difficult to accept.
"The child who isn't wearing a costume" is not adhering to social custom. Because children have been told they are "special" (another catchword of liberalism) their whole lives, why would we expect them to believe that customs apply to them? If the child does, in fact, suffer from a sensory issue, then we wouldn't want to overload their sense of taste with too much sugar.
Someday, perhaps sooner than we can image, the sheer volume of the vulgar masses will destroy the fragile social order.
Apprentice Anon Amos
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