Six Habits of Good Next Door Neighbors

Updated on October 8, 2017
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What happened to the friendly habits which used to be common among next door neighbors? Think about habits like sharing tomatoes from the backyard garden, borrowing the hammer and lending the wrenches so that no one person had to buy all the tools.

Fifty-six percent (56%) of participants in a 2013 survey agreed that they interact very little with their neighbors. Seventy-two percent (72%) of them admitted that growing up, they knew their neighbors better than they do now.

Most still believe that interaction between neighbors creates a happier neighborhood; that it makes the community safer and stronger; that a strong and safe neighborhood facilitates good health and well-being. We can bring back that happy neighborhood, beginning with personal effort to become good next door neighbors.

Neighbors Barbecue by Bart Everson
Neighbors Barbecue by Bart Everson | Source

Following are some proven habits which form the foundation for interaction between good neighbors living side by side. Eventually, the habits may spread to neighbors living on the same street, and to residents in the same subdivision.

Some Good and Bad Neighborly Habits

Good Neighborly Habits
Bad Neighborly Habits
excessive noise
respect for personal space and boundaries
disrespect for the neighbors’ personal space or boundaries
proper maintenance of yard and property
neglect of yard and property; no control of dogs
willingness to help out neighbors in times of crisis and natural disasters
driving too fast through the neighborhood
The lists are extracted from the 2013 State of the American Neighborhood Study, conducted online by Harris Interactive among 2,021 participants, on behalf of Nextdoor- a social network for neighborhoods.

1. Communication

I want you to be concerned about your next door neighbor. Do you know your next door neighbor? - Mother Teresa

Typical Profile of a Neighborly Person:

  • a parent
  • married
  • age 45 or older
  • a homeowner
  • a front porch owner
  • a dog owner
  • a regular neighborhood walker
  • a social media user at least once a day

- State of the American Neighborhood Report

Is it possible to be at home, needing some immediate help which your cell phone friends are too far away to provide? Do you know your neighbor’s phone number? Communication between neighbors has its benefits.

Good neighbors communicate with each other on the front lawn, across the fence or during intentional visits to get acquainted. They know where the adults work and where the children go to school.

Knowing the residents of the house makes it easy to spot trespassers. The individual who lives alone may benefit from the neighbor’s awareness that his car is still in the garage on a workday when he should have left for work two hours earlier. Good neighbors give and request information, not to be nosy, but to be helpful.

2. Caution

A good neighbor is a fellow who smiles at you over the back fence, but doesn't climb over it. - Arthur Baer

Good Fence, Good Neighbors.  Photo by Kim Newburg
Good Fence, Good Neighbors. Photo by Kim Newburg | Source

It is necessary for good neighbors to be friendly but not to become bosom friends. Exchanging phone numbers is no authorization for daily conversations, emotional downloads or interrogations on social and political affiliations. What makes the association pleasant is the mutual observance of the imaginary No Trespassing sign on everyone’s privacy.

Respect for physical boundaries also contributes to the favorable atmosphere. Just because neighbors talk across the fence does not mean that they should walk through at will. If the reason for sneaking up on neighbors is to discover some clandestine activity, better judgment suggests contacting a private eye. Seriously!

3. Civility

Love your neighbor as yourself. - The Bible

Good neighbors are gracious to each other. They greet each other cheerily, judging whether there is time for conversation about the weather, or just enough time to say “Have a nice day.” Compliments are in place; so are non-threatening inquiries about obvious issues like the job, the children, the vegetable garden, the health of the family in flu season.

The best rule of civility is to treat the other neighbor with the same love and admiration the giver will like to receive. Similarly, the children are taught to respect the people and the property next door, with the same good manners that they are required to show to their own parents. Children from two or three households can provide peer support against peer pressure from those who incite rudeness.

4. Cleanliness

If everyone sweeps their own doorstep, their own neighbourhoods, the world will be a clean, pure and healthy place for life to prosper. - Vishwas Chavan

Good neighbors are first of all, good people. They mow their lawns, trim their hedges, keep thrash off the sidewalk, and freshen up their house paint as expressions of their cleanliness, decency and sense of beauty. They make their surroundings attractive for them.

Meanwhile, they gain admiration from the people next door who may or may not share their commitment to cleanliness; but eventually their habit rubs off on the onlookers who are influenced to do likewise. In the event that those next door are sluggish to pick up the habit, they can be encouraged in careful conversation.

They may be further encouraged by an offer of help. The clean neighbor tries to spread cleanliness as far as he or she could.

5. Credibility

Each of us should please our neighbors for their good, to build them up. - The Bible

Neighbors Working by Peter Griffin
Neighbors Working by Peter Griffin | Source

Good neighborly acts come from a genuine heart. Helping the neighbor paint his fence, fell a tree or shovel the snow is not only because it improves conditions for the helper, but also because of an honest desire to help the neighbor be happy in his surroundings. Respect grows when people are genuinely interested in each other.

Neighbors who care are more likely to be honest about who they really are. They are open about what they expect from each other. They offer help and keep their word. Good neighbors can be relied on to watch out for each other. Fear and suspicion give way to trust and support.

6. Compromise

By insisting too eagerly upon a small right, you may turn it into a wrong against yourself and also against your neighbor. - Lawrence G. Lovasik

Top Five Neighborly Disputes

  • noise (48% of all disputes)
  • pets and animals
  • children's behavior
  • property appearance
  • property boundaries


People do not have to be perfect to qualify as good neighbors. There may be reason for dispute including any of the top five reasons reported by a FindLaw survey (see adjacent column). Consideration for the other person is usually a good motive for making adjustments. For example, the offender may prefer to have his dog roam the property but if it makes holes in the fence, a long leash may be an appropriate compromise.

In more serious misunderstandings like property boundaries, good neighbors can remain good neighbors after requesting legal documents from the homeowner’s association or a property lawyer. No one can blame an individual for insisting on his rights. Good neighbors show wisdom in compromising, accepting legal solutions and appreciating peace of mind.

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        Dora Weithers 15 months ago from The Caribbean

        Nithya, you have the right attitude. Perhaps when we insist on being the right neighbor, the other neighbors will catch up. We cannot let them dictate our behavior.

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        Dora Weithers 15 months ago from The Caribbean

        Peg, you're blessed with very thoughtful neighbors. Thank God for their reasonable concern. Thanks you for sharing.

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        Nithya Venkat 15 months ago from Dubai

        A great hub about being good neighbors. Nowadays even if we want to say a friendly hello, people are not willing to acknowledge a greeting and act very cold and distant. This deters any further attempts to be friendly. But still, we try, hoping for the best.

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        Peg Cole 18 months ago from Dallas, Texas

        Good neighbors "treat the other neighbor with the same love and admiration the giver will like to receive." What a true definition of the Golden Rule. We found a new world when we moved out to the country. People wave at one another from passing cars. They call if they see something suspicious going on.

        I'm ever grateful for the neighbors who alerted me to potential danger when my Mom lived out here on her own. More than once I got a call from them telling me there was a strange car in her driveway. They know the right amount of interest to show without prying or getting overly friendly. I love my neighbors. Well, except for the one with the loud bass that rattles the windows. LOL

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        I'm sure that my loveliness is boosted in association with lovely people like you. I mean that.

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        Ann Carr 19 months ago from SW England

        You're such a lovely person, Dora - thank you.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Ann, life happens and we all get our share. Take your time and know that your visit is appreciated early or late. Stay blessed!

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        Ann Carr 19 months ago from SW England

        Thanks, Dora! Sorry I've not visited you much recently but I will catch up slowly.


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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Ann, these reports of good neighbors really restore my faith in the possibility of good neighborhoods. Thank you so much for sharing. Best to you and family moving into your new house, and hoping for good neighbors there too.

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        Ann Carr 19 months ago from SW England

        Super quotes, Dora! We're lucky here as we live in a court so we can all see each other's houses. Most of us speak almost every day and we help each other out quite often, are invited to each other's houses and there's many a knock on the door to ask my partner if he has a certain item of diy (he's known for his building, mechanics, Mr fixit ability) in stock (i.e. the garage)!

        I'm still catching up at weekends as the week is still taken up with renovating our new house - we'll be moving there as soon as we can but in the meantime we're finding our neighbours are becoming friends too which is lovely.


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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Shauna, you have the favor of God in your neighborhood. Stay blessed!

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        Shauna L Bowling 19 months ago from Central Florida

        Dora, I'm fortunate to have great neighbors. We mow each others lawns, help with project, share food, party together but also don't smother each other.

        One of my neighbors even taught my son how to ride a bike and tie his shoes when he was little. She considers him the son she never had. I've seen another neighbor's kids grow up from diapers to adults. It's really cool living in a neighborhood with such camaraderie.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Glenis, that must be so cheery (at least on one side) to enjoy such mutual respect and sharing. I am encouraged. Thanks for mentioning the old folks who live alone; they especially can benefit from good neighbors. Thank you for sharing.

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        Glenis Rix 19 months ago

        We all need to be reminded about this occasionally MsDora. It's so easy to become wrapped up in our own lives that we forget that some people may need a smile and a helping hand now and then. Old people living alone can be particularly lonely and isolated.

        I'm blessed with some good neighbours on one side of my property, and do indeed share my excess garden produce with them. We chat over the fence and very occasionally share a cup of coffee.But we respect each others privacy. I know that they would help me out in an emergency and I would do the same for them. They even attended my father's funeral - though they didn't know him very well.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        RTalloni, thanks for your encouragement. Needed these reminders myself. Being and having good neighbors is still a work in progress for me.

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        RTalloni 19 months ago from the short journey

        Such good reminders here! Thanks for highlighting these neighborly concepts in a neat format.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Word, happy to receive your feedback. Great that your neighbors are as helpful as they are. Yes, I try to be a good neighbor, as I'm sure you do. May God bless us all!

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        Word 19 months ago from Chicago

        Another good and thoughtful article. In a sense, neighbors are not like they used to be but at least most speak to each other in my hood. I think we help out each other out when necessary. It is hard not to be a good neighbor. Thank God for good neighbors that try their best to be their best. I'm sure you are one of the best neighbors around. Be blessed Dora...

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Good to hear from you, Blossom. Seems like the ground is already set for you and your neighbors to enjoy your relationship.

        Thanks for sharing.

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        Bronwen Scott-Branagan 19 months ago from Victoria, Australia

        What a great hub! It's so well written and researched - and a great reminder to be a good neighbour. The key for my car boot is with my door key and if my car is parked outside in the street, I only need to touch the car remote, even from inside the house, and the boot flies up. Although I, like many others, do not talk much to my neighbours across the road as they both go to work and are very busy,but if they see my boot open they will let me know! Your hub is a great reminder that I should try and be a better neighbour for them, too.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Denise, I am impressed by your attitude--willing to try. Thanks for such a positive feedback.

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        Denise W Anderson 19 months ago from Bismarck, North Dakota

        This is a great evaluation tool for us to check and see where we are at with our neighbors. As I stop and think, several of my neighbors have changed in the past few years, and I haven't had an opportunity to get to know them. Perhaps now is the time!

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Thanks, Alicia. They say that eventually good or bad neighbors affect our well-being. Let's try for good neighbors.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Bill, that's just what I was thinking. We can do better, beginning with us.

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        Linda Crampton 19 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

        This is an excellent article, MsDora. Your description of a good neighbor makes a lot of sense and is important as well.

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        William Kovacic 19 months ago from Pleasant Gap, PA

        You kind of make us think - what happened to neighborhoods? Things are so different now. Oh, and I really liked your Arthur Baer quote. Thanks for another timely hub, Dora

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Janice, happy to meet you. I appreciate your kind feedback.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Mary, both you and your mother are blessed to have experienced good neighbors; I could tell that your neighbors were also blessed to have you. Really encouraging. Thanks for sharing.

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        Janice Miller 19 months ago from Middletown Ct

        I commend you on your idea of a good neighbor, if we could only get them all to comply with these ideas......

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        Mary Wickison 19 months ago from Brazil

        I feel so lucky to have moved into a community with wonderful neighbors here in Brazil. They have been so helpful in so many ways helping us to adjust. Whether it is knowledge about local flora and fauna, or where to buy something, they come to help us.

        We swap fruits & they come over to fish and have a chat.

        I know where my mother lived, she too had fantastic neighbors who checked on her. She lived in her home for 40 years and she was still the 'new kid on the block' as 3 of her closest neighbors had lived there longer.

        This hub is an ideal reminder that to change something needn't be expensive, sometimes it just starts with a smile and a wave.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Kyriaki, I'm so encouraged by your commendation, and share your hope for that kind of response from readers. Thank you for such a positive feedback.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Bill, I could have guessed that you and Bev are really good neighbors. That other neighbor may be in the dark about how good it is to practice these habits. Keep smiling at him/her.

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        Kyriaki Chatzi 19 months ago

        No matter the words I choose, they are still not enough to describe just how well-written, accurate and humane this article is.

        Hopefully, articles like this may people more susceptible to becoming good neighbors themselves.

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        Bill Holland 19 months ago from Olympia, WA

        Bev and I would pass that test with flying colors. I'm not so sure about our next door neighbor on the right of us. LOL Well, we can always hope for a change, right? :)

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Mts, I love your conclusion, and I totally agree. Thanks for your feedback.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Jodah, it's great that you even have the phone numbers. Thanks for your affirmation: "There is nothing better than having a good neighbor."

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Eric, I think I knew that. I really wanted you to state for the record that I am your friend. I guess I referred to your momma because you did. (smile)

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Kiddie, if you can still lend and borrow in your neighborhood, you've got a great thing going, thank God. Thanks for sharing,

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Whonu, happy for you that you are blessed with good neighbors! Thanks for sharing.

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        mts1098 19 months ago

        MsDora - I hope all is well. It certainly can be difficult trying to adhere to courtesy for each neighbor especially when it comes to the noise for lawn maint. Overall people seem to be respectful of early morning or late evening yard work but at the end of the day - we are all trying to get to the same place...cheers

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        John Hansen 19 months ago from Queensland Australia

        Love this article, MsDora. There is nothing better than having a good neighbor. It actually adds value to your property and makes life much more pleasant. You make some great points. We live on 40 acres, but our closest neighbors are nice people and we help each other out at different times..have each other's phone number etc.

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        Eric Dierker 19 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

        She in her passing does know. Thank you.

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        Nicole Kiddie Granath 19 months ago

        Thanks for this insightful hub. It is unfortunate that most neighbors aren't as friendly or helpful as they used to be. My husband and I are so grateful to have wonderful neighbors who we can count on. We've had neighborhood BBQ's in the past and we are always friendly to each other. If one of us needs something and can't get to the store, we know we can always ask to borrow it from a neighbor and they will try their best to help. Having great neighbors is truly a blessing from God!

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        whonunuwho 19 months ago from United States

        My neighbors are Asian, Hispanic, Native American , Black and White. We go to great lengths in our neighborhood in helping each one out ands have had a wonderful relationship here for almost ten years. Thank you for your nice message my friend. whonu

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Eric, thanks for the smiles and the bonus comment. I like "not our neighbors business but their hearts." Let your momma know that I am your friend.

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        Eric Dierker 19 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

        I needed this like so many newborns need a spank to start breathing. We need to spread the love and the best place to start is not our neighbors business but their hearts. I can do better and by golly jingles I will. Missy Dora you light a spark. A spark of good. My momma would want you as my friend.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Faith, sorry you had to move, but glad that you are among better neighbors. It's horrible to be the reason for a neighbor having to relocate. Glad that you have some peace now.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Lori, I'm so sorry that you are having such a negative situation with your one neighbor. Hopefully, your being a good neighbor would help the situation from becoming any worse. I guess that you are praying for something to change. Keep at it!

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Flourish, I like how your being a good neighbor to the Iranian has caused others to be a god neighbor to him. Thanks for sharing. Your story shows just how well it can work.

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        Faith Reaper 19 months ago from southern USA

        Good neighbors certainly add peace to every day living. We bad to move from our home in the city over eight years ago because our neighbors children, who were teenagers at the time, became out of control and bringing hoodlum friends into the neighborhood disturbing the peace. A couple of times there were shots fired! I knew then it was time to go. It was sad because my children grew up there. The children next door respected me because I was kInc to them. Since moving to a small town, it has been so lovely and peaceful. We wave and speak to our neighbors.

        Good hub in keeping the peace and loving one's neighbor.


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        Lori Colbo 19 months ago from Pacific Northwest

        You always write on nteresting subjects. I feel very unsafe in my neighborhood. Very. One family has the cops there all the time. To. The other side I have a neighbor who is friends with the others. She has been very kind, but she's growing a forest of pot and has 9000 yippee dogs. She is considerate with keeping them outdoors for small periods of time, but they startle me when I'm deep into something. She has no filters though when it comes to language and vulgar comments. She recently disclosed to me that she was checking out the inside of my shed while out of town.

        The information here is greatl. Nice work.

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        FlourishAnyway 19 months ago from USA

        We have a next door neighbor who is a nice guy, originally from Iran. During 9/11 and the years that followed people were reluctant to return his waves and attempts at conversations except for my husband and I. When he had a tree fall on his fence in bad weather my husband recruited a couple of others to help chainsaw it up because the guy has a bad back. Eventually people relaxed their attitudes a bit. He puts up with our 6 cats (and any others who want to eat at our house and in exchange my husband mows the fellow's yard when he has surgery, looks after his house when he goes out of town, that sort of thing. I like all the suggestions you provide here. People have become so transient and don't know their neighbors anymore.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Jackie, the situation is not always ideal, but you seem to be managing pretty well with the one you have. Thank you for sharing.

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        Dora Weithers 19 months ago from The Caribbean

        Manitata, happy for you that you have at least one good one. The other one may come around. I appreciate your kind comment.

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        Jackie Lynnley 19 months ago from The Beautiful South

        Neighbors really are not like they were when I grew up but I guess mine will do. Only one I have to not be overly friendly with or I have her child being a pest who really is too old for that and messing with my animals and things that I just do not like but the couple of others we are friendly and will offer a hand when need be but we are not buddies. It suites me especially since the other two are single men and I am not sure my husband would like me being any friendlier! lol

        I do wish I had neighbors like in my childhood ones but many of those had kids I played with too!

        Great fun and interesting article as always!

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        manatita44 19 months ago from london

        A beautifully written and 'spot on' kind of Hub, filled with great and noble ideas. We are all one, really, and inter-connectedness can be awesome if done in the right Spirit. Alas! in my case I do very well with the neighbour on the right and I just don't know with the one on the left. Unpredictable!

        A very well-written article and your points are noteworthy and educational. An excellent and loving piece. Have a great Sunday, Dee.


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