Yet sympathy is one of the characteristic Peter writes of in chapter three and calls us to demonstrate in our lives. Sympathy is to be a part of the fabric of our lives and part of our DNA.
It's kind of like hospitality— you either got it, or you work at it. I’m working at it. Actually, I’m working at both. In some small way I believe they are related. Both sympathy and hospitality require the capacity to love others deeply. I'm working at that also.
If you, like me, are working at developing a love for others, allow me to introduce you to Bob Goff. Bob loves people!
Driven by Bob’s trademark storytelling, Everybody, Always reveals the lessons Bob learned--often the hard way--about what it means to love without inhibition, insecurity, or restriction. From finding the right friends to discovering the upside of failure, Everybody, Always points the way to embodying love by doing the unexpected, the intimidating, the seemingly impossible. Whether losing his shoes while skydiving solo or befriending a Ugandan witch doctor, Bob steps into life with a no-limits embrace of others that is as infectious as it is extraordinarily ordinary. Everybody, Always reveals how we can do the same." --goodreads
How do you show sympathy and hospitality to others?
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