Oct 27, 2020
What is Halloween without the
trick or treating?
That is the question that started the journey of this episode. A lot of our traditions over the next few months are going to look different this year. Not just Halloween. It’s unlikely that celebrations of US Thanksgiving, Diwali, Hanukkah, or Christmas will have the same gatherings of people they have in the past. And that sucks. And many people feel stuck.
And this feeling of being stuck
is not exclusive to Halloween where 2020 is
So how do we adapt? And is perhaps perhaps a tool that can help all of us adapt? For Halloween … and beyond.
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