What do you call “Home”?
Physical location? State of Mind?
Is it where you began?
Or is it whom you stand next to?

Growing up “Home” was defined by a 10 hour car trip to Family. Then it was who stood next to me. It became certain people, certain places and experiences. But as I travel back to my Parents, I realize I hold “Home” inside of me. I do not have to travel to find it and if I do travel, I will never lose it.

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12 Comments on “Home”

  1. happyfreeconfusedlonelyatthesametime says:

    It’s definitely not where I grew up. That changed very fast when I left. The place where I grew the most as a person feels most like home to me these days.

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  2. I would have to say home is where the heart is, so it must be that someone we follow.

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  3. MoMo says:

    Been searching for it my whole life. Definitely not where I grew up but somewhere deep inside of me. So, “heart” is a good location. Helped to move my daugher to a new room in Amsterdam today – happy girl, nice place. “I think this is home now mom” as in don’t worry anymore. To me home is where I feel safe and secure. Where ever that is.

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    • dievca says:

      “Home” changes throughout our lives, huh? A traveler wants one spot, someone who doesn’t travel sees it in the Sunset. A newly married couple sees “home” in their partner, a new Mother – their child. It’s an interesting term.


  4. Ret MP says:

    Home is right now, where you are, where you claim your star, and hang on, tightly, danglling your legs below the light, hoping to last another day before you burn out.

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  5. D: Yours is a very sensitive/personal take on the subject .
    Here’s something out of paradigm: https://youtu.be/OFAUq9cqC9k

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