So I found this TED Talk and it spoke to me (like TED Talks usually do, but this one especially). The world is increasingly on the move, myself included, and begs the question, "Where is home?"
When I got here, everyone was curious, everyone asked me how I liked Germany and my little town, and I could honestly tell them I felt at home, like I'd lived here all my life. Well except the language, but "das hat sich erledigt," as we say here. And now on the way back, I'm asking myself, "Where is home?" and in turn, "Are you going somewhere or coming back?"
Because as my dad always says, "I gotta go so I can get back!"
Yes, having multiple homes is confusing, to say the least, but also the coolest thing I can think of. If there's one way to bring the world together, it's spreading yourself across it and building close relationships with the people you find. Of course you may end up splitting yourself among them, but for me I'd say it's more than worth it.