Blessed are those who have good neighbours. I am fortunate to have Mr David as my next door neighbour. He is every inch a gentleman. He is very helpful to all.
Mr David is a wealthy businessman. He is very intelligent. He has two pet dogs. In spite of being rich, he is not arrogant. He speaks to everyone and is generous and kind.
Mr David has four children – two sons and two daughters. The eldest son helps him in the business. The second son is of my age and studies in a public school. His daughters are students of class nine and seven. His father also lives with him.
All the members of his family are good. His father is very kind and religious. His children are good natured and have good manners. They are good at studies too. Whenever I have any problem, I go to Charles, the second son, and he always helps help me with it.
On festivals like Christmas, Mr David arranges for a get-together for all the neighbours in the common park. At times it is contributory and at times the entire expenditure is borne by him.
Mr David and the members of his family are very co-operative and helpful. They have forged a kind of family feeling among the neighbours.