Neighbors used to be our greatest allies.
They used to be the source of our collective strength.
It seems that in today’s isolated society, a neighbor is looked at as a nuisance at best, and an enemy at the worst.
Being isolated like this weakens us.
Distrusting or even hating our neighbors leaves us dangerously vulnerable.
Perhaps we should question how did we get this way.
And more importantly, who stands to gain from this?