Therefore, invitation to hospitability is for an individual who is familiar, who belongs and follow same orderly placement of society’s norms and regulations. This is because, pure and unconditional hospitability to anyone is impossible in this world. The very selfish attitude and love for life ensures that strangers are not welcome conditionally until it is fairly established that they vouch or upholding the system in place. Clearly, therefore, unconditional and solicited welcome cannot happen without interruptions in social order existing at any time.
What counts as familiar does not count as stranger. Therefore, our familiarization with different things through the broadening of our Educational System is imperative to our biased judgment. What could be done is that ethical encounters with different social beings may be integrated with the educational systems to ensure that when we meet an individual, our pre-established biases do not question our decision-making capabilities.