Monday, 16 February 2009

Home by John Berger

“Home is represented not by a house, but by a practice or a set of practices. Everyone has his own. These practices, chosen and not imposed, offer in their repetition, transient as they are by themselves, more permanence, more shelter than any lodging. Home is no longer a dwelling, but the untold story of a life being lived. At its most brutal, home is no more than one’s name.” John Berger
Thanks to Carole for sharing these inspiring words

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