Matthew 22:39 ...And the second [is] like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.
Last summer, while we were in the US, a new neighbor moved in upstairs. Although I have never seen this neighbor, I hear her. In fact I hear her loud and clear. The reason I can hear her loud and clear is that she is always yelling. I never hear anyone yelling back, so I can only assume that she is either yelling on the phone, or at her kid. The kid's room is right above mine, so I enjoy some wonderful one way Chinese drama filtered through concrete.
There does not seem to be a man around. If there is, he is silent while she hollers. I imagine that Dad has long since skedaddled. I don't think any phone conversation with him lasts too long. It's too easy to hang up when the yelling starts
The kid is pretty silent. He/she is pretty much cowed.
I love this neighbor, and I've named her Xiao Ting, which is pronounced shouting, and which means little listen. It may not be a grammatically correct use of the two words, but she does not appear to use her two ears nearly as much as she does her one mouth.