Hospitality

Cheerfully sharing food, shelter, and spiritual refreshment with those whom God brings into my life (Hebrews 13:2)

With specially equipped hooves that can provide good traction on sheer rock, bighorn sheep inhabit areas around rocky cliffs rarely disturbed by humans. They travel in bands of 5 to 15 and show hospitality by looking after each other and sharing resources in their rugged mountain environment.

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