Home, the Understanding of God

Home generally stands for that which is most precious to the human heart, even though it may represent only a hope. But the home for which men sacrifice is not fundamentally a house which can be planned and erected in a short period of time and then be destroyed in a shorter period. It is not as physically tangible or as limited as that. The poet Charles Swain maintained:

Home's not merely four square walls,Though with pictures hung and gilded;Home is where Affection calls,—Filled with shrines the Heart hath builded.

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