A great comparison can be drawn from this section to the covid-19 pandemic. As people were scared and sick, or isolated and stressed, some of the biggest acts of service were to be with them. I see this reflected in my uncle having to be alone in the hospital with no family or friends for safety reasons, and a nurse sitting with him and FaceTiming his friends and family so that he could feel connected to something other than sickness. There is service in expectation of payment or retribution and there is this kind of service, simply done for the comfort of those who need it.
Hold your hand, my lord.  I have served you ever since I was a child, But better service have I never done you Than now to bid you hold.
Act 3 Scene 7