Love, Care and Respect for Neighbours

We have two types of neighbours in life; one who live with or around us permanently and our temporary neighbours such as colleagues at work, classmates at school; playmates, team members, people share public places with us and our fellow passengers who travel with us on the same bus, train, tram, plane and ferry etc.

Millions of people including doctors, nurses, paramedics, army, police, volunteers, and the key workers put their lives at risk by serving us during the unprecedented times of the Covid-19. Many people lost their lives in saving our lives. A person among our permanent and temporary neighbours could be one of those or related to one of those who served us or humans like us tirelessly during the coronavirus. He/she could be someone whose loved one lost life in saving ours and others’ lives. He/she could be someone who lost a family member or friend to Covid-19.

This is a time to express gratitude to those who served us and console with those who lost their loved ones regardless of their race, colour, ethnic or national origins, and sexual orientation. We can defeat all types of discrimination, prejudice, harassment, assault and verbal, physical and racial abuse by showing love, care and respect to our permanent and temporary neighbours.

Let us practice loving each other by adopting and promoting behaviour of good neighbours

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