Doesn’t have to be the perfect neighbor. Or the loving one. Or the most generous.
All you have to do is respect them — respect them for who they are and their privacy.
If they badly need help, and you think you can provide something, go do it. Or you can also volunteer if you think they’re shy to call help. Trust your intuition, but don’t cross the line. Set clear boundaries.
In the end, your neighbors are just like you — humans beings trying to live life the best way possible. They have their own plans, dreams, struggles, insecurities, worries, and problems. They might be fighting a problem right now that you know nothing about.
So be kind. Respect. Spread goodness.
Your neighborhood can’t afford more negativity.
Why not make a difference?