Current news underscores that it's important for us - people who want to live the law of love, to be good Samaritans, even if we often fail - it's important for us to be in the public arena. Being kind to our families and friends is essential. Being kind in public ways, especially ways that push local and national systems toward kindness - that's also essential. Systems need salvation, too.
I can't sustain the hope and energy needed for that work without community. I hope you also are blessed to participate in a community of faith, hope, and love. I hope you have a few "neighbors" who are close and supportive.
It's possible and powerful to call people together and ask if they want to be community. Jubilee Faithful has excellent materials that anyone can use, for large or small groups, to build communities among strangers. Sister Dot Feehan lives surrounded by communities in part because she repeatedly invited 6-8 people into her apartment, asked a blessing, read something short and interesting, and raised a question for each to reflect on and answer aloud if they wanted -- and invited the same group again if the people liked the experience. Friends with whom my husband and I shared child-rearing years have reinvented ourselves as a discussion group, reading one chapter a month in books that challenge us to think and grow.
To be a neighbor to all, I personally need a small "neighborhood" with people of shared values and deep caring - a small "neighborhood" where we challenge each other to live the law of Love, to be good neighbors to all.