When I was a child, All Souls' Day was connected to sadness for me; sadness mingled with the beauty of the celebration: the lights of the candles on the graves with the first winter cold. Since then I have more people to remember and my feelings in connection with this celebration have become more complex.

People belonging to a majority have a specific thinking error: they may think that belonging to the majority means being normal. This means in turn that if someone belongs to the minority, they may be regarded as not normal. This thinking error may cause an awful lot of pain to people belonging to the minority.