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Home is the opposite of alienation.

I define my identity by my educational background, my political positions, that I’m a parent and that I can’t go back to the country of my childhood.

Home is the opposite of alienation. It’s warm and safe memories and a certain geographic landscape that is engrained in my earliest memories. It’s being understood without having to explain the background of things. A home is also a place that one feels one can have influence on, change, update and readjust.


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