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Just as the idea of “being Greek” has changed over time, the ancient tradition of filotimo is hard to grasp. It loosely translates to a feeling of altruism, hospitality and mutual respect. The notion is personal and emotional, and untranslatable into other languages. But one thing is clear: filotimo is a way of life—one that is currently under serious threat.