Is it the people? Change in the socioeconomic demographic? Simply outside of one’s normal path and travels? It occurs to me that Leong’s question serves us well as we examine all of the “neighborhoods” we inhabit. How far outside of your religious “neighborhood” do you have to travel in order to feel discomfort? How far outside your political “neighborhood” do you have to explore before you feel as though you don’t belong? Finally, Leong encourages those with the willingness to explore outside the boundaries of their particular neighborhoods. For the courageous, community can be formed in new and creative ways. For the willing, unexpected gifts and people can be discovered and appreciated. It’s difficult to move outside the “neighborhoods” we inhabit. Despite the difficulty, we must explore because surely wherever we go, there God is.