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A Festive message from Richard Cooper
Sunday, 16 December 2012 18:39
Putting up the lights?
How are your Christmas plans coming along? Have you put up your lights yet? The man in this picture isn’t actually putting up his but taking them down. And it was in the last couple of weeks.
Someone doesn’t like them! This is a market town in Norfolk about 20 miles from the city of Norwich. Read HERE for the full article.
I’m not entirely sure what to say on this one really. Being in the centre of London, our lights go up every year with tens of thousands of people coming along to get into the spirit of Christmas. We’re on Regent Street just off Oxford Street so it is a different world in some respects.
However I really think that the principles are the same . We live in a multi- faceted, multicultural society so not everyone celebrates Christmas or wants to. However does this mean that we should stop those who do?
Did Mark Bunning – the business owner asked to remove the lights go out of his way to annoy his fellow businesses? I very much doubt it. Did those who complain about a local business owner taking his own time (at his own cost) to put up lights and cheer up his town, think for one minute that he did it because he has the community at heart, or was it just easier to criticise?
I was chatting to a couple of my clients about this and one of them sadly lost her mum over Christmas. What were her thoughts? Here’s what she said:
“ When my mum passed away and we went to the solicitors, to sort out probate, it was a time of joy and happiness for most families. Of course I didn’t want to be involved but at the time, honestly, if there had been naked dancers in the windows or real reindeer flying around I wouldn’t have noticed. I was grieving . I wouldn’t begrudge anyone Christmas cheer and never did”.
So think about this over the festive season. What can you do to make life easier for your business neighbours. How can you HELP them and do you really know your clients.
And as for these lights…. Why would anyone knock a business person trying to do good. Whether it was right or wrong – at least the thought and effort were there.