Which do you consider "home", the place where you live now or the place where yo

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  1. nmdonders profile image73
    nmdondersposted 10 years ago

    Which do you consider "home", the place where you live now or the place where you were born?

  2. glorywriter profile image59
    glorywriterposted 10 years ago

    I would consider my home where I live now.

  3. Ellana317 profile image72
    Ellana317posted 10 years ago

    Hummm... I would consider the place I grew up home because it's where most of my close friends and family live and I still go back "home" for the holidays.

  4. jennzie profile image77
    jennzieposted 10 years ago

    My home is where I live now. It's the same place I have lived since I was born.

  5. handymanbill profile image82
    handymanbillposted 10 years ago

    Home has got to be where you were raised and grew up.

  6. donabhatt profile image59
    donabhattposted 10 years ago

    Home is where my heart is....well since now I keep on moving from one place to another and my parents are there in the house where I was born and grew up, I consider that to be my home. Though I cannot frequent there, but still whenever I think of coziness, love or anything, the picture of my home comes to my mind.

  7. baronhertzog profile image69
    baronhertzogposted 10 years ago

    I would have to say where I live now. There are a lot of factors that come into play when answering this question, like who is around me, where my 'domain' is, etc. I lived in Arlington, Virginia last summer and that I called 'home' for a bit. Ultimately, home is where your loved ones are methinks.

  8. edhan profile image37
    edhanposted 10 years ago

    I am adaptive to new place so living in my current home will be home to me. But once a while, I will still re-visit the place where I had lived in.

    It brought back nice memories. These memories will always remain till the day I die.

  9. rajan jolly profile image94
    rajan jollyposted 10 years ago

    For me the place I grew up, studied and roamed about as a young boy is the place I consider home. Though it has become extremely crowded, a lot has changed from what it used to be - still that place is dear to me. I feel at home there.
    Thanks for this lovely question. It brought back a lot of memories back.

  10. readwriteteach profile image61
    readwriteteachposted 10 years ago

    Home is where I grew up. That's where my grandparents were, my extended family, and my memories of growing up with other extended family.

  11. FreezeFrame34 profile image65
    FreezeFrame34posted 10 years ago

    "Home" for me is where I grew up.

    The majority of my family and friends still live there.

    Since I live over six hundred miles away from "home", I miss it a lot.

    I have a family where I live now, but I have always lived in an apartment or townhouse- for me, it's never felt like home.

    They say...."there's no place like home".....and I can't wait to get back "home".

  12. cat on a soapbox profile image95
    cat on a soapboxposted 10 years ago

    Good question!  It's got to be where one is happiest and most comfortable in terms of security. I have such fond memories of my childhood home and my carefree life there, but I consider my home to be where I am with my husband and where we've raised our children. I hear that the sick and dying often call for their mothers , so then again "home" may be where she gave me comfort and eased my fears.

  13. nextstopjupiter profile image59
    nextstopjupiterposted 10 years ago

    My home is Planet Earth. I was born there, and I live there. People are thinking too much in borders but there are no borders, only in the head of corrupt politicians and those who follow these insane people. Borders are only tools of power.

  14. Rebecca2904 profile image68
    Rebecca2904posted 10 years ago

    I call both the place where I live now and the place where I grew up my home - which I think can be quite confusing for some people! My 'home' where I grew up has so many memories, plus most of my friends and family still live there, so a part of me will always be there and I will always love it (even though it's a tiny, boring little village where I would never choose to live!) Where I live now is also home though, because it's where my life is. Where my friends who I see most often now are, where I live with my boyfriend, where I've worked. It's the home that I chose for myself, and for that reason it's just as important to me as where I'm originally from.


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