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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Home is where my heart is.
    I thought about all the ways I could put it but that ^ really covers it, if I love my environment and the people nearby I am at home. Not every place I've lived has felt like that though.

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    I am not sure I can answer the question, it seems somewhat irrelevant to the way I'm made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I am not sure I can answer the question, it seems somewhat irrelevant to the way I'm made.
    Which is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    Which is?
    Hehe. What I was driving at is that I dont ever feel home, and not sure I know quite what the concept is. I'm content where I find myself, and don't feel that there is something "missing". Even when I've lived abroad, it's not felt any different, nor have I felt like I've come home when I go back to the UK.

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    i could've written that...so yeah actually... i feel the same way. i move my furniture around constantly would prefer to move every couple of years or so...i just form such deep connections with people that it's hard to...which i kinda hate....because i feel like i'm in a constant struggle between being attached to loved ones and wanting to be free to roam around....like i'll always feel unsettled and restless and that i'll always have to give up something essential.

    edit:okay...maybe that didn't answer the question...i have moved a lot and felt like i was home a couple times but it only lasted a year or so...then i got itchy again...doomed to be restless...i guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i could've written that...so yeah actually... i feel the same way. i move my furniture around constantly would prefer to move every couple of years or so...i form such deep connections with people that it's hard too...which i kinda hate....because i feel like i'm in a constant struggle between being attached to loved ones and wanting to be free to roam around....like i'll always feel unsettled and restless and that i'll always have to give up something essential.
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    I thought about all the ways I could put it but that ^ really covers it, if I love my environment and the people nearby I am at home. Not every place I've lived has felt like that though.
    Dear Trinity,

    Will you tell me about a place you have felt at home?

    Victor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    Hehe. What I was driving at is that I dont ever feel home, and not sure I know quite what the concept is. I'm content where I find myself, and don't feel that there is something "missing". Even when I've lived abroad, it's not felt any different, nor have I felt like I've come home when I go back to the UK.
    Exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    I am not sure I can answer the question, it seems somewhat irrelevant to the way I'm made.
    Dear Geoff,

    Do you feel at home with your father?

    Or do you feel at home with women?

    Or perhaps you feel at home with books?

    Perhaps an important part of you is that you like to take pictures.

    Do you feel at home with your camera?

    Victor.

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    Yes and No

    I am a New Zealander in Japan.
    Yet I am with my family here.

    In Japanese they say sumeba miyako which means where you live becomes your capital.

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