The Expatriated State of No Home~


I grew up in Lebanon, moved to New York City at the age of 20, have lived since in Boston, Miami, Germany, shanghai and now moving to Germany again. Like most expatriates I find myself at a loss of knowing where 'home' really is or if it exists at all…the age of 20, have lived since in Boston, Miami, Germany, shanghai and now moving to Germany again. Like most expatriates I find myself at a loss of knowing where 'home' really is or if it exists at all…

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5 comments

  1. Your soul is truly universal.

  2. I know this feeling – it is very real

  3. yes, that’s a challenging question..I would say that home is where you feel more at ease 🙂

  4. Yes it happens when you move a lot. But then you can have many homes, becuase it’s more a feeling than a place.

  5. Hi dear that great open question

    What is home ???

    Love to speak when you will have time after resting and wellbeing

    Love merin

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