Neighborly love is a love of hospitality to others and is a broad, catchall category of love, which includes (a) those for whom there may be a limited expectation of return for favors, but much less than with close friends or family, and (b) those with whom we have frequent contact for various reasons… Additionally, it consists of (c) all one-way love relationships with those we do not know well, strangers for whom we expect no return. Finally, (d) enemies would also come under this rubric.
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