Halloween is a time for scary things.
Whether it’s the gruesome movies, sinister costumes or the fact that rent is due the next day, fear is in the air.
Fear is an interesting thing. A small serving is oftentimes fine, even large doses are beneficial depending on the context. It’s an incredible motivator. Right now, my fear of failure is what’s driving me to complete this editorial and other articles I’ve left to the last minute.
Fear has people seeking approval from authorities before sending their children out for Halloween, despite the fact that school has been back in session for almost two months. It has people in the streets across this country to voice their fears about . . .
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