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Cultivating a Sense of Hospitality

By Andy Peay — July 24, 2018

In case the headlines have you in a funk about the current state of civility in the world, rest assured that being hospitable is not an entirely dead concept, not even in the fractured United States. Years ago I fell in love with the southeastern part of the country in large part due to the warm embrace I received from just about every person I met. Of course, I was pouring them wine, that helps. I was invited into people’s homes, not just to visit, but to stay the night, to eat dinner with their families, to share stories, and to become part of their extended network of friends.
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