Is it only freedom that we want? We desire a home too. There is always an intimate relationship between people and their home. Why this longing? What does a home contain? A TV, a freezer, furniture, a family, isn’t that all? Does a home contain a culture or a country? Or do the four walls give us the ultimate security to celebrate freedom? If that be so, what about those who do not have a home? What freedom do they live for?
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