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December 22, 2019

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Cultivating Hospitality

In the cherry blossom’s shade
there’s no such thing
as a stranger.

– Kobayashi Issa –

Cultivating Hospitality

“Each of these three types of hospitality has strengthened my ability to accommodate the strange — that thing or quality that is different from what I experience. At the very least, I hope these offered thoughts can help you glimpse a future of open doors, loving hosts, and loving guests.” In this post Christopher Chavez shares his thoughts on hospitality of place, mind and heart. { read more }

Submitted by: LuAnn Cooley

Be The Change

How do you understand and how do you already practice hospitality of place, hospitality of mind, and hospitality of heart?

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