I don't think we know half what it means.
Congolese Hospitality (and African Hospitality in general), on the other hand, is rich with depth.
(All these things I have seen or experienced recently.)
Congolese Hospitality welcomes you to eat at the table any time, any day. No reservations desired.
Congolese Hospitality sees that you may have cold feet and lends you slippers so you can go to the cold tiled floor of the toilet without getting too cold.
Congolese Hospitality lends you matching clothes, so you will look good at that choir performance.
Congolese Hospitality takes in that widowed cousin with her two fatherless children to make sure they belong to a family, have a roof over their heads and can pay for a decent education. They may stay 1 year, they may stay 10. They are family.
Congolese Hospitality loves it when you arrive unannounced at the back door.
Congolese Hospitality is not offended when you need a favor.
Congolese Hospitality walks you halfway home.
Oh that we would learn the depth, the breadth, the importance of
'Consider others better than yourself"
Make room for those in your midst.
Seek to meet needs.
(Self-sufficiency is a lie.)
not just the pretty parts.