“Love is the ultimate natural resource,” she writes, and “to love is to be in a state of munificence . . . love is essentially an impulse towards giving unconditionally.” If you agree with that — and I do — it is simple. If we could learn to love beyond the narrow compounds of our own communities, we would become more hospitable creatures. Borders would crumble, resources would be shared and nobody would starve — these are the logical results of universal unconditional hospitality. In other words, if the whole world digested Be My Guest, we’d be OK.