Feeling home is not about where you are or a particular house or apartment.
Feeling home is not (necessarily) about being with relatives or childhood friends.
Feeling home is about much more than familiarity or comfort.
Feeling home is actually about safety, connection and like-heartedness.
We generate that internal feeling of belonging, of completeness, of joy when we are with those who uplift us, who accept us as we are, and who support us with all our failings.
Home may be where the heart is, yet if there is no one to share that heart with, then home is a lonely place indeed.
We are home with our tribe, with those whom we resonate with, with those whom we can share space with without having to say a word.
Home is that indescribable feeling that no words can do justice to, yet we all know it when we feel it.
When was the last time you felt Home, and what can you do to cultivate that feeling now?