“There are three who give testimony in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit; and these three are one.” 1 John 5:7 (The Vulgate)
Helen would like to wish you a
All Hallow E’en!
October 31st, in its strictly religious aspect, is known as the Vigil of Hallows or All Saints’ Day.
The festival of Halloween is based on a combination of the Christian commemoration of the departed faithful (All Saints’ Day) with the pre-Christian Celtic feast associated with the celebration of the end of summer and the Celtic New Year.
Celts who lived in what is now known as Ireland, Scotland and parts of Great Britain celebrated their new year that began November 1st.
Allhallows’ Even was observed on the evening of October 31st around 800 A.D.; the day became known among Christians as Allhallomas which eventually changed to All Hallow E’en, or Halloween!!
I’m so rumbly in my tumbly
Time for something sweet!
I don’t need a pot of honey, I’d be grateful for a plateful,
when I’m rumbly in my tumbly – then it’s time to eat!
“Is there any candy-corn for me???” -Helen.
hugs n’ blessings because it’s the taste(ful) thing to do, be it ten or twelve or two!
For anytime is a good time, when you set your clock on God’s time, and remember Helen promises to share them with you too!