One of the things that I think is so great about the Obi-Wan Kenobi show is how you see seemingly ordinary people in the galaxy doing things that have a big impact. It would be understandable for people to just try to survive under this fascist Empire, look the other way when bad things happen. And some of them do, but some of them don’t. Just in the first two episodes, you have:

A group of ordinary cantina folks on Tatooine (Anchorhead?) refuse to give up the Jedi who is living among them

Owen Lars resists giving up Obi-Wan to an Inquisitor who directly threatens his family and sticks a lightsaber up to his neck

Owen tries to protect Luke by trying to keep Obi-Wan away from him AND indirectly is trying to get Obi-Wan to let go of the past that he’s clinging to

Haja is helping a mother and her Force-sensitive child escape to Corellia (the fact that it’s for credits doesn’t erase the fact that he’s risking himself and his companion to do this)

Haja stands up to an Inquisitor and actively claims to be a Jedi in order to help Obi-Wan and Leia get away, even though he knows Obi-Wan is being hunted and he could probably make a huge reward by turning him in

Haja gives Obi-Wan and Leia a way to get off-planet despite the lockdown

The girl selling spice gives Obi-Wan some to try to help him forget (it’s the wrong idea, but it comes in handy later)

And the people who start to help Obi-Wan get back in touch with the Force, with hope, who start to help him emerge from his depression and reconnect with who he is, are largely non-Force-sensitive people:

Bail Organa risks himself and his wife (and his daughter) not only to ask for Obi-Wan’s help but to come directly to Tatooine and tell him in no uncertain terms to let go of this regret and grief that is killing Obi-Wan and get his shit together, because someone needs him.

Haja tells Obi-Wan, “you’re not alone” and uses his real name, not his made up in-hiding name.

One of the moments where Leia really gets through to him is when she is doing something that directly reminds him of his friend Padmé and how Leia has inherited her fearlessness and willingness to accept help and reach out to friends. Someone who was not Force-sensitive, who was up against incredible odds, and who did what she thought was right regardless.