Home is where the heart is.
Home is a gathering place, shelter, and sanctuary, providing escape from the busyness and intrusiveness of the world. Home is a readily understood concept and source of universally positive feelings. These well-known expressions indicate that home is somewhere that is both desirable and that exists in the mind’s eye as much as in a particular physical location.
For many, home is a loving, supportive environment in which to grow up and discover oneself. Most people will have only one home in a lifetime, and if the original one was unhappy, there is always the opportunity to do better when creating a new home. This may not as easy as it sounds for those whose memory of home is of an oppressive or abusive situation from which escape is (or was) a desperate imperative. Why is home so important to us, then? Because for better or worse, by presence or absence, it is a crucial point of reference—in memory, feeling, and imagination—for inventing the story of ourselves, our life-narrative, for understanding our place in time.
Why is home so important to me, then? I have lived in more than 24 rentals during my life. I am an average girl and I live an average life but I have no parents who support me and I work a lot but have low salary that's just enough to live from month to months and the banks do not lend to flat loan because of the low salary.
So many years and after so many moving I found the perfect home for me and my future family and I fell in love with a small apartment. And I would like not to just dream about my own home, but I want to dream in my own home.
So I have a dream, I dream about a place what I can call my own home. And I ask your help...