Goodwill – a precious essence of mankind


Posted on December 21st, by geoff in CT blog. 1 Comment

By Caring Times editor Geoff Hodgson

The shortest day calls for the shortest blog.

Christmas, Yuletide, however we celebrate the mid-winter festive break, has a deep-seated cultural significance for most of us. People of all ages respond to the the magic of Christmas. It is a family time but also a time when we all celebrate the miracle of our common humanity.

I am sure that residents, their families and staff in care homes all over the nation will come together this Christmas as one big family. Christmas reminds us that Goodwill is one of humanity’s most precious attributes. Let us all go forward into the new year with a renewed spirit of Goodwill.





One response to “Goodwill – a precious essence of mankind”

  1. Bob Ferguson says:

    A day early, i believe.


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