Dear Brothers and Sisters, it’s October again, and if your neighborhood looks anything like mine, Halloween decorations have sprouted up on every corner. Some are more frightening than others, but there’s plenty of skeletons and cobwebs to go around. Halloween is a holiday that, for most people, focuses on fear. People buy tickets for haunted houses and amusement parks that promise thrills and chills. Many watch movies that make them jump, or dress up in scary costumes. But of course, feelings of fear are not restricted to October 31.