Merry Christmas from everyone at Fear Group

In my opinion, Christmas is a great time for reflecting and thinking about the past year, and looking forward and planning for the next one, a time to have a break from your normal routine if nothing else, to see friends and family, or to just go for a coffee and mince pie and get some time to yourself.

Millions of people work right through Christmas of course, many of whom are doing so out of necessity and many because they choose to, so it’s worth giving some thought to those who might be working in order to make Christmas a happy time for the majority of people who do take some time off, even just a day or two.

People working in shops, warehouses, the Military, the Emergency services and those working in hospitals, on the roads and railways – keeping our great country running whilst most people are eating, drinking and relaxing.

It isn’t always easy to do so because each of us have our own commitments, concerns and agendas, but I think it’s worth remembering that so many people, such as the homeless, are left largely forgotten and lonely at this time of year. Many people are financially stretched when they were financially stretched before Christmas came around.

Whatever you do this Christmas enjoy yourself, we can all only be certain that we have one life and enjoying it is vital in my opinion.

Best Wishes from Everyone at Fear Group.

We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.

Ronald Reagan


  • Matt

    25th December 2014 at 8:46 am

    Well said Leon.

    As someone who was medically dead for 25 mins earlier this year I for one certainly agree with your point about enjoying ourselves. We come this way but once so we must make the most of every day & every opportunity that comes our way.
    I echo your thoughts on folk who are working at this time of year. I have relatives who work in each sector you mention and often their efforts are unrewarded so thank you for thinking of them.
    Ditto the homeless & less fortunate within our society. It is easy to become engulfed with the hysteria of this time of year. Giving thought and assistance to those less fortunate should be second nature but alas this is not the case. If every person helped another less fortunate than themselves the world could be a better place.
    Happy Christmas to you and your family and good luck & good health for the New Year…


    • Leon Fear

      9th February 2015 at 9:31 pm

      Thank you for your kind comments Matt. Apologies for taking so long to reply, we have had some technical issues which should now be resolved, thank again. Best wishes


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