The Hispanic Day of the Dead is really a celebration of life. Halloween and the Day of the Dead have similarities – dressing up, and having fun.  The Day of the Dead came from the Aztec calendar and lasted a full month. Pre-Hispanics viewed death as a continuation of life. Only in death were you truly alive. Communication can exist between the dead and living through the festival of Dia de los Muertos.

Would you like to know about a specialty bread in Halloween called “Pan de Muerto”, which is used in the celebration honoring the dead

[box type=”info” style=”rounded”]A lot of hispanic people, after taking the children on “Trick or Treat”, look forward to buying this “Pan de Muerto” and enjoy it in Halloween Night along with a cup of hot Chocolate, coffee or hot tea, while talking about all their beloved deceased Family members, remembering many passages in their past lives[/box]