Company Coming?

Do you dislike entertaining guests in your home? What a hassle, you may say. Polish the silverware, get out the good dishes, dust the furniture, buy a lot of fancy food—and at today's prices! Who needs it? Many who hold these attitudes simply opt out of the social round and, sometimes with a degree of self-righteousness, settle down in front of the TV for a peaceful evening at home.

Is entertaining simply a social obligation? ("We owe so many people ....") Or a way to impress? (Let's get the new chair before the Joneses come over ....") Is giving a party mere frivolous amusement? Is it somehow wrong or sinful?

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ALONE NO MORE
May 24, 1975
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