It’s Halloween today, where the ghouls, goblins and ghosts run around playing tricks and getting treats. I enjoy seeing the smiles on kid’s faces. However it also reminds me, in today’s world we all wear masks and costumes not just today but every day. What we see and hold has become more important than what truly is important. Today relationships are so fragile, we don’t dare reveal the real us. We miss out on the most important parts of having a partner in our life. I say partner not spouse, as in today’s world some of the roles need to be shared in ways that traditional roles don’t cover. There is nothing wrong with the man of the house preparing a meal for the family, or helping with the dishes. Today women are part of the work place; deserve the same pay as a man for doing the same job. So if she is helping to bring in resources to support the family, then it follows the household work needs to be shared as well. Perhaps it’s an appropriate day to consider the masks and costumes we all wear in our daily lives, and which ones we wear out of habit, or if we need a new costume.