It is to exercise the benevolence of hospitality That people earn a living and establish homes. With a guest outside, it is wrong to eat alone, Even the nectar of immortality. His life won’t suffer from want, Who always cherishes his flowing guests. The goddess of fortune will dwell in the house of one Who plays host with a smile. Should his field be sown, Who first feeds the guests and eats the rest? Who hosts the passing guests and waits for hosting more Will be hosted by the gods. The gains of hospitality cannot be reckoned.Their worth depends on the guest. We toiled, stored and lost', lament those Who never sacrificed for hospitality. To have no guests is to want amidst plenty: Such poverty belongs to fools. Flower aniccham withers when merely smelt.An unwelcome look is enough to wither a guest.