Come Celebrate The Day Of The Dead November 1-3

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday. The holiday has gained worldwide popularity. The celebration has spread from Mexico to America and other areas across the globe. The holiday is held to honor the dead.

The Day of the Dead is a time of great celebration. Losing a loved one is a sad and difficult time, and Día de los Muertos, as it is known in Mexico, provides people the chance to rejoice in the living memories of the ones they have lost.

The Day of the Dead is a positive affirmation of the cycle of life and death. It gives people the opportunity to reconnect with the spirits of their loved ones who have moved on to the other side.

During the Day of the Dead celebrations graves are decorated in Mexican cemeteries reports celebratethedayofthedead.com.

The celebration is many different things to different people. For some, it is a personal experience for others it is a family event. For those who have not lost a loved one, the Day of the Dead is a social gathering.

Mexican tradition explains that Day of the Dead helps those celebrating become more aware of the meaning of life. The holiday expresses the mystery of life and death while concentrating on life’s beauty. Some see the Day of the Dead as a time of celebration, while others it is a time of introspection.

The Day of the Dead is celebrated differently across the globe. The holiday and its traditions are altered by the different places that it is celebrated. It mixes other cultures, while adapting local traditions to the holidays original ones.

The celebration is associated with observers’ faces painted like skulls. Many of the designs are intricate works of art. The holiday is also marked with offerings of food to those who have passed on. The holiday has rich historical and spiritual meaning, reports Desert News.

The holidays roots run deep with traditions of Aztecs, Toltecs, Olmecs, and Mayans, all of which dedicate months to celebrating and honoring the dead.

According to the Smithsonian Latino Center, those who originally celebrated the Day of the Dead believed that the dead would come back to Earth, so they would play music, dance, and leave flowers and food to welcome them.

During the holiday, families will spend all day and night at the grave of their loved one. They will dance, eat, and celebrate their loved one’s life.

The Day of the Dead is rich with symbolism. It is in essence a true celebration of life!