“Dungeons and moats? NO, not the moats.”
Hopping on the first day of November, I was finally able to find some intuitions. Some of my consistent readers were querying about my site, why I was away from it and why didn’t I seem to flash on the idea. Well, honestly, I was wracked up by my Final exams last semester. The exhaustion is still haunting me like a Halloween picket. And this weekend break, or I should say, semestral break gives me a fractional time to unwind and unload the strain I had.
For the love of everybody, here’s my November blog! (This is a continuation of my November 1 post.)
LIGHT connotes truth, hope and life. We light candles to give way our departed ones the truth about death, hope for the families and life after death.
Candlelight/Candelit. After my family flee from the cemetery, the same day on November 1, 2012, I lighted up candles with my two cousins, Dessan and Ate Jennife. I so like it when there are candles everywhere. Their light perplex a natural tranquility into my system. The quiet luminosity lit up a portion of the place.
All Souls’ Day. Actually, that night was All Saint’s Day, and supposedly, memorializing them must be on November 2. Apart from this trend, people are used to commemorating the said occasion on November 1.
***This is a secret if you want to have photographs like this, and you are using a camera with LED flash. Comment below and I’ll tell you what to do. (Yes, I am so sure about that. But if you already knew, then, that’s good!)
by: Samantha C. De Guzman