The past seven decades have drastically changed the concept of community, no matter if you live in a rural area, a suburban neighbourhood, or an urban metropolis. Families no longer co-habitat as intergenerationally as they once did, especially as the appeal of the nuclear family began to increase. The move from rural living to urban lifestyles to suburbia and then back to city life has meant that extended families often fracture and live further and further apart. We are often caught up in the reality of constant “busyness” that we don’t take the time to get to know our neighbours. And social media has redefined “connection” and “friendship,” leaving us staring at screens more than engaging with the people around us.