"In the wake of the U.S. ban on Muslim immigrants and the killings in a mosque in Canada, we are challenged by the age-old question: who is my neighbour". In 2016 St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England, organized a lecture series "Who is my neighbour". The first lecture was given by Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury. "Williams began with The Parable of the Good Samaritan. .... He turns the question around by confronting his audience with the question: when are you a neighbour to the other ? Williams contends that Jesus invites us to be neighbours, and we do so by our involvement in the life of another. To be a neighbour is to give life to another. I am a neighbour any time I give life to another. I fail to be a neighbour when I withhold or withdraw life from another. .... To be a neighbour is another narrative. It is about sharing, serving, welcoming and including the other in my life: it is an act of compassion".