No one can be so welcome a guest that he will not annoy his host after three days.
Sometimes, when guests have gone, the host remembers Sweet courteous things unsaid. We two have talked our hearts out to the embers, And now go hand in hand down to the dead.
For, after all, put it as we may to ourselves, we are all of us from birth to death guests at a table which we did not spread.
Wherever the storm carries me, I go a willing guest.
Jews have God's promise and if we Christians have it, too, then it is only as those chosen with them, as guests in their house, that we are new wood grafted onto their tree.
You must come home with me and be my guest; You will give joy to me, and I will do All that is in my power to honour you.
Sharing food and drink is one of the oldest rituals in the world. Whether a guest is offered a drink by the host or a special beverage in a special cup initiates an occasion, the moment is of significance.
A guest never forgets the host who had treated him kindly.
The ornaments of your house will be the guests who frequent it.
Hospitality, n. The virtue which induces us to feed and lodge certain persons who are not in need of food and lodging.
See, your guests approach. Address yourself to entertain them sprightly, And let's be red with mirth.
Make your free men and guests sit as far as possible at tables on either side, not four here and three there.
Angels made no complaint about any of the creatures that were created during the six days of Creation, except about Man. This is because he was created in God's image and consists of Upper and Lower together. When the angels saw it, they were startled and bewildered. How would the pure, spiritual soul descend from its sublime degree, and come and dwell in the same abode with this filthy, beastly body? (...) The answer that came to them is is that there is already a tower filled abundantly, and empty of guests. To fill it with guests, we need the existence of this human, made of Upper and lower together (...) Know that this tower, filled abundantly, implies all the pleasure and the goodness for which He has created the creatures.
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