How about the time I became ill in the bush in South Africa and our safari ranger offered to take me to see his medicine man or if I felt more comfortable pick tree leaves out in the bush that would fix me right up (again I passed)?
Come to think of it, we have been invited into strangers' homes a lot from around the world. While dining in a local doctor's magnificent home in Mombasa Kenya the host was the last to be seated, the last to eat and if anyone pointed out something in his home they liked, he tried to give it to you. I stopped complimenting him early on while I was still ahead. I could picture him hauling out statues to our car much to his wife's chagrin.
In Hong Kong, merchants see it as extremely unlucky for the day if they do not sell something to their first customer. They will go above and beyond to close the sell. People of Bali show kindness to all strangers no matter who you are or where you come from. They show kindness for themselves because that is how them naturally. Our personal room attendant, through broken English, knew our names and asked about my children by name upon our arrival. I was not even traveling with the children. He even asked about The Think Factor, my small business in the U.S. I had been googled it seems from 3/4 away around the globe. I will never forget this gesture of kindness.
I have a thousand more examples and I don't have to leave the States to experience them. Once an old couple rushed me to the airport from Virginia to DC in their car when they overheard I might certainly miss the last plane back to Atlanta. The husband took my catching that plane personally. I am sure he did not even know my name. I credit that one to President Obama as we all had just met him an hour before in Virginia.
The moral of this moral compass tale is this. We can learn how to treat one another by being open to showing kindness and receiving kindness in kind. Said better...Proverbs 11:25 - The generous person will be prosperous, and he who waters will himself be watered