Hospital (ity) – A Home for Strangers

Hospitality = hospital = a home for strangers.
Love it.

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One of the best places to share a meal with a friend is the nationalized chain, Panera Bread. Where else can you order a crusty roll with soup; salad in a variety of delicious versions; or a sandwich on fresh-baked bread and slathered with all sorts of wonderful meats and cheeses?

Then, there’s the bakery side…orange scones…chocolate brownies…and bagels galore (again…with a variety of sumptuous toppings).

Next, there’s the assortment of coffee, tea, and other specialty drinks to choose from.

Perfect in itself. Perfect for sharing with a friend (eat in or take out).

Either way, where there’s good food and good friends, there’s the recipe for good hospitality. And hospitality isn’t confined to entertaining in one’s home.

It’s an attitude of the heart. It’s defined by offering someone the gift of “welcome” no matter where, no matter when.

It’s a gathering of friends…

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