• Anonymous

Home is freedom

Updated: Nov 17, 2018

From a physical perspective I would say my thicker and curly hair. From a deeper perspective, my generosity, love for culture and acceptance of others.

Home means wherever your heart is, be it a country, city or another person. Home is where you feel free.


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