I have been in my apartment for a little over 2 years, and while we have had our ups and downs, I generally like it. I am pondering moving as its gotten a bit pricey and the neighbors are a bit sketch. In my ponderance of the topic, I decided to meditate and heard "Home is where the heart is" and "Home is where the hearth is".
While I ponder what both of those mean, I'm curious what home means to the rest of you.
Make you home God's home and there will be light, love and abundance ~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
"Home" is like many terms, "love", "relationship/s", "career" in that it can mean a multitude of different things depending on who you speak to, and whats going on in their life at that moment. I often like to look at the meaning of words we use, and sometimes we unknowingly use words that mean something else without even realising and the words we use produce results (although its a different result from that which we think). Classic example is the word "want". It originally meant "to lack". So when people use the word "want" they are saying "to lack". So many newcomers to the LOA think its about asking for our desires (which is a part of it indeed) and say "I want xyz". The Universe hears "I lack xyz" and the focus then reinforces the lack rather than the "having" of the desire. I still often marvel at how wonderous it all is, and frequently on the forum you will see people use the term without even realising they are getting exactly what they ask for. "I want my ex back", "I want a new job", "I want a new relationship" - all are based on "lack". They state this and declare their love for whats coming and then focus on the lack rather than the having. When I first learned about "want" it really hit a lightbulb for me. I realised I had unknowingly been getting exactly what I had been asking for (i.e. lack) rather than what I desired.