Can I borrow a cup of sugar?
Borrowing from the neighbours was once a common day practice that kept our community closely knitted. As years go by, our online friendlist is ever growing - but we seem to know our real life neighbours less & less. A recent survey found that only half of us would recognise our neighbour if we saw them on the street, and only 52% would invite a neighbour into our homes.
Has our online world invaded and taken our real life hostage? Have we forgotten the importance of a real community? What does this mean for future gens? Is neighbourly love simply a naive thing of the past?