Xenios was an adjective used for the father of the gods of Olympus and was related to the hospitality offered by the residents to a stranger who arrived at their home. The stranger had to be accommodated, had to be given the necessary for his survival, but he could never acquire the rights of the proprietors, those who lived and were the owners of the house.
Rights of use and property rights could only be claimed by the owners and not the passers-by.
And this truth is of great value to us today, because the people of living faith must understand their rights. If you feel like a stranger or a visitor in the house of the living God, you cannot exercise your sovereign rights and you do what the others tell you to do.
You listen and obey because you are ignorant. You are a slave and a supporter of the will of others. The sovereignty of your body and your soul, your own freedom, has been neglected and questioned first by you, because of ignorance, and then by those who want you to be a slave and servant, deprived of your sovereign rights.
And unfortunately, the whole responsibility for discovering your sovereign rights in your soul and body belongs exclusively to you and no one can replace you. You have to seek, discover, practice and exploit. Those around you can help, but your bank account is yours and you are the sole responsible manager.