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Have you ever experienced emotion of awkwardness when you come to somehomes I can testify its not because of the furniture or how sparklingor messy is the condition ofthe house What is it then Anyone whotraveled or lived in multicultural country probably can declare thatdifferent country show huge unlikeness in traditions of hospitality andpoliteness What is found polite in our nation may seem ridiculous atanother Familiarphraseaffirms Whatever is good for somebody doesntdraw a standard for everyone Just like this paper that might be dullmaterial for some individuals but then interesting and instructive formany others who want to become more welcoming or accepted in ourculturally-varied country Lets look from that angle at hospitalitypractices at different countries It is very attention-grabbing thatfor example what is well appreciated by Americans may be counted as ininsulting act in other especially Asian and Arabian countries And toadd to that I would have to say that not only the open-mildness ofgeneral public is beneficial nevertheless also knowledge of particularcountry traditions and grown from them practices of hospitality aretremendously central tooFirst of all I have also to admit one culture that combines hospitalityof many different countries including it Since I lived in US for along time I want to take a bigger pick at lovely AmericansThere areboth contradictions and agreements related to the focuses of hospitalityin this nation Christine D Pohl Professor of Christian socialethicsin her book Making room brought one interesting example wheninterviewed homeless shelter owner She wondered if for shelter ownerthe offering hospitality to strangers served astype of ministry Theowner certainly answered No He stated that he had been raised inthe home where the act of hospitality always included personalrelationships with guests and long cozy dining However in past centurythe same idea of giving shelter and providing food to strangers was theonly way of practicing hospitality Christine Pohl also states thatprobably because of that the term hospitality lost partial moraldetentions and after many years almost completely changed meanings ofrichness
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