Having just been closely connected with a funeral of a relation of mine I was impressed by the kindness and decency of all his colleagues and relatives.(He was a common British type of Christian-a non practising Anglican).
In general I would say that people are kind, decent and hospitable from whichever culture or religious grouping they come.
However being decent is not enough to warrant salvation. We need living faith.
I was sad when my uncle died. He was more charitable than me (an Orthodox Christian). He was kinder and always went the extra mile to help.Obviously I pray for his repose but if one is saved by being decent what is the point of struggling with the Faith? I wish there was universal salvation, as Origen taught. The Church condemned this teaching so where are our grounds for hope with those we are close to who are decent but not active Christians.
Please pray for me, as this issue has caused me trouble all my life.