Hospitality A Hypocracy

In modern society pretending to be hospitable has become increasingly hypocritical – every smile you get when you board a plane or when disembarking is symptomatic of emphasis at corporations  to project an image of hospitality. This culture is continued in individuals when they resume personal lives outside their employment environment. It is always a remarkable sensation to experience a warm remark or a pleasant smile  from total strangers you may happen to meet. It is these occasions that reminds us that there are still people out there with genuine warmth.

via Daily Prompt: Hospitality

Hospitality

4 thoughts on “Hospitality A Hypocracy”

  1. I love chatting to strangers – I learn so many interesting things, and know that for some people that’s the only human interaction they will get. 😃🐻

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