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Practicing The Art Of Hospitality

Proverbs 11:25 "A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed."

Dr. Corrielus, at Corrielus Cardiology, is a caring doctor who not only looks for ways help you prevent, treat and care for issues related to your heart, but he also understands the importance of lifestyle choices when it comes to heart health as well. One, often missed, component of heart health is that of hospitality. defines hospitality as:

  1. The friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers.
  2. The quality or disposition of receiving and treating guests and strangers in a warm, friendly, generous way.

Hospitality is the spending of yourself by welcoming them in to your home, and even your heart. The irony of this is that by spending yourself, you are actually filling important aspects of yourself with healthy deposits of joy. The joy that comes as a result of giving while expecting nothing in return is priceless, and good for your heart and health as well.

When you are showing hospitality, you are looking outside of your own needs and wants and focusing on others' desires. You are forced to focus on the people around your literal of figurative table to ensure they are:

  1. Heard
  2. Enjoyed
  3. Cared For
  4. Nourished
  5. Deeply Known

In the lifelong journey of healing thyself, there are many components vital to this. Contact Corrielus Cardiology and speak with him about his integrative care that focuses on you as an individual and not a disease. We are committed to your overall hearth health and provide you with the best community based cardiovascular care in the area.

Posted on behalf of Corrielus Cardiology

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