• Anonymous

Home is community

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

The most defining features of my identity is that I share my identity with a culture full of spirit and love. A heritage full of community care. My ethnic identity is rooted in caring for everyone around you.

Home is people, home is community. I could be anywhere in the world and it won’t matter if im with my community. You can think of community as family and friends and anyone that gives you the same feeling as coming home from a days work and feeling relaxed and comforted.

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