Where we feel most at ease is where we are the most hospitable.
A smile can brighten up any one’s day
sometimes it is the little things which make people feel welcome.
Practicing hospitality means we welcome all – those who are healed and those in need of healing.
Sometimes it is the simplest of words and expressions that draw us in and make us know we are welcomed. Maybe that is why this song by Phil Collins is this week’s song of the week https://youtu.be/g18PTnlvP0M
Hospitality has nothing to do with how much material wealth you own, but how much love and kindness you shower on others
It is not just about inviting people over, it is about being able to be present so you can enjoy being with them and they can enjoy being with you.
One of my favorite places to go for nourishment and inspiration is the Spiritual Literacy library on YouTube. This week I was pulled in by a one-minute story about the hospitality of a person known as nothing more than the Desert Dweller. According to the story, this person has lived in the desert most, ifContinue reading “LESSONS FROM THE DESERT DWELLER”
Do you invite people into your heart or have you shut the door on people?
What do you do to help people feel at home in your presence?