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A word called 'Home'

Updated on July 18, 2015

If you are happy alone then you are auspicious and on the other side you are happy together with your partner then you are luckier than the lucky one who is happy being alone, but if you are happy with your family then you are the luckiest one.
We all want to live in heaven after death with the blessings and grace of God. How contrast that we want to live after death without living fully in the present life, gifted to us by the almighty. We are giving less importance to our life and fears more of death. We neglect our present. We are all implanted by the concept of heaven and hell after death since childhood.
We never noticed that God presents a gift to each and every human being known as heaven in the name of home. Heavenly home is the place where we find selfless love, endless affection, and true care. But every time people are not fortunate enough to have this heaven so it is our duty to acknowledge the importance of our sweet home and Godlike parents.

Home is the place from where we want to run away in search of worldly adventures at a very young age. We want to be independent, free and tame-less. In the early phase, teens think that the security, extra-care and the discipline of their parents are like prison for them which are an obstacle in their right of freedom. They seek many ways to run away from their parents and home. They run after their dreams to compete in this materialistic and unstoppable race. How heartbreaking that we survive due to them and we try hard to run away from them.

We should not fail to remember that home is paradise where we find peace, love, sense of security and delight. In mother’s lap we can get eternal sleep. In father’s arm we can get unscratched protection. In the fight with siblings, we can find a fantastic bond of true candid laughs. Once we are self dependent, we have our own voyage of life to start. It’s a heartless rule of nature to build a new home for next generations. And then we are the parents, in this phase, yesterday’s history becomes today’s present. Every mature person knows this bitter truth that there is no turning back, no way back to home after farewell and goodbye. Some are lucky but not all of them. Afterwards we will just look for the way reverse to home which can bring us to our ultimate dreamland on earth where our guardian angels would love us unconditionally but they are not there anymore. Don’t underestimate the presence of your loved ones’. Treasure, every single moment with them.

Today’s generation should learn to live in present so that they can live their lives as much as with those who will not be there when they want them the most. They should enjoy each and every moment that passes in home.

we desire heaven because we think it gives us eternal peace. We forget peace that we can find it at home only with those who loves us unconditionally. That is heaven so don’t waste life in seeking heaven outwardly. Where you find pure love that place is paradise and these people are God on earth and that is your true heaven.


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      Richa 2 years ago

      Thanks.....dear..and I am glad that you read it and commented this, Good Luck

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      Robert Morgan 2 years ago from Hutchinson Island, FL - Myrtle Beach, SC - Scottsdale AZ

      I am glad you wrote this. It makes me think how blessed I am to be home, here with my wife, friends and hubpage family. Blessings, Bobby.

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      Richa 2 years ago

      Thank you Cris Sp for an insight read, I am grateful :)

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      CrisSp 2 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      Home is where I am always, always at peace. It is where my heart is. It is where I am happy to be...and free.

      Good insightful read.

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      Richa 2 years ago

      Thanks Larry for the read and for your comment :)

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      Larry Rankin 2 years ago from Oklahoma

      Interesting take on happiness.

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      Richa 2 years ago

      very true, Eric ..thanks for passing by and for your fine words. :)

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      Eric Dierker 2 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      I had to pause and reflect while reading this. It was a good reflection. My family provides me with a great "home" no matter where I lay my head. You remind me of the fact that I have so much to be grateful for every day.