The phrase “there’s no place like home” has been attributed to several sources however most are familiar with it from L. Frank Baum’s “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

If one associates home as the comfort of being surrounding by cherished objects in a familiar location then, (not if but), when these objects go and the location changes, one might feel lost.

However… this phrase takes on a new meaning an old meaning for those investigating their true nature. One may find that, at a certain point, there is a universality to being at home. If it is your experience that what you are, in your essence, is eternal and infinite (outside space and time) and that your nature is ‘ananda’ (bliss), then where could you go that is not home? Investigate, make this your felt experience!

“Hearthome” – written and read through Walter

When I was six
we built a rocket ship
from a cardboard box
traveling to the stars,
no galaxy too far,
daring to roam,
yet the comfort of home
we carried with us
on our interstellar bus
and thus decades later
that guileless wisdom
is re-discovered
in a return to childlike play
revealing home is heart
and heart is home
regardless how far and wide
no matter where we roam

And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.

― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince.