Home life is expressive of what we are and our priorities in life. It is a place we come to time and again and imaginatively find to space where to ponder over values and different aspirations to achieve. It is clear that to create a sacred space is not just making money but more important is creativity, imagination, intuitive guidance and inspiration which are found free of cost at home. No matter what place we call our home, the very word (home) is enough to call back to our sole self. Home is actually a sanctuary where we relax; enjoy leisure with family and friends. That is how our home tells a lot about us. Home and heart are identical with each other. Heart harbors a home and home harbors a heart.
Home is used to identify ourselves
Home is connected to life through basic threads and pop in every casual conversation. The word home is used to identify ourselves as to where we come from – hometown. A group of people representing us in sport are our home teams. The level of comfort is expressed while at home. Our national identity is expressed through our homeland. In short there no such place as home.
When purchasing a home, we ask as to whether it will be comfortable. Can we be safe here? Can our hopes, wishes, and dreams provide a foundation for our prosperous future? With the passage of time the routine demands of family and friends and all the events we deal with add to the strain in places called homes. Home is variously described as tranquil and serene, welcoming and open. It depends what way you describe your home which will be expressive of life you live. Our exterior world is often a reflection of our interior environment.
If we go back to think as to what were our impressions for the first time we entered our home we come to know that if the look was good we smiled at everything we saw there but if it was to the contrary we sighed. You have to see whether the home was a hit or a mess. We use our senses to ascertain the suitability or otherwise to make a place our home or not. Our senses are permanent part of our liking and disliking and we call them immediately and use them in much more creative ways. We make use of our experience, our creative passion and our education to make the best use of our senses.