Better Than Politics

Better Than Politics

Well it's that time of year again. The leaves are falling, the smell of fall is in the air, and everything is pumpkin spice. It's a nice reprieve from the bickering we see everyday on the TV from the wannabe candidates. Halloween always brings back great childhood memories. Getting bags of candy and going around my neighborhood with friends. Growing up in a row-house in Philadelphia, I had a distinct advantage when it came to accumulating a ton of candy. There was probably 40 houses on my block, and that was just one street. 

I don't think that children today have that neighborhood attachment that I had as child. Maybe your experience is different, but growing up I knew practically everyone on my street. Today people are not as social. There are wedges that are driven between us by prejudice and fear. 

Let's take a moment and think about how we really are the same inside, created equal. Love yourself, love your neighbor. Happy Halloween.


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