Home is not just where you live but where they understand you.
He is happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home.
A home is not just shelter over your head. A home is a place of peace and comfort. A home is where happiness lies. A home is where you can relive all your pain and anger. A home puts your heart at rest like no other.
A home can be ones arms, school, streets and where ever you feel most at peace. Even CHURCH.
A home is precious and we would all love to have one one day.
Just keep in mind when you’re building this house it must be to your satisfaction. You should be ble to go there in hard times or just when you need to breathe in some fresh air…
- I was born and raised in the Village. I was born in a little town called Oshakati, North of Namibia.
I lived with my mom for almost 3 years. She was a single parent though. I don’t recall my mom and dad ever together. Sad story to tell but my dad just never really cared. I had so much respect for my mom because she was a brave woman. After those amazing 3 years she dropped me off to my grandmothers. I developed so much love for my grandmother that being away from her bled my heart. Just as I was enjoying the company of my granny, I was taken to the city…
At the age of 6 I was away from my granny that I loved dearly and my Mother who had given birth to me. I was just a child filled with so much confusion and distress. I kept asking myself as to why I’ve been taken away from my loved ones but I was just a small child. What did I know.
apparently it was to better my future and during those times I just couldn’t understand because I had left my happiness behind. I told myself that I would never forget the love my granny had shown me and to this day she still shows the same love just a bit deeper. More to knowledge and wisdom now. She has taught me so much and I love love the fact that I’m always being compared to her. She’s my everything and for me to have heard that I act like her, have her inside, short as her, laugh way too much like her and behavior wise was a blessing. I loved and still do love hearing such.
Today I still stand in the city, grade 12. Almost done.