Home is where the Heart is

Home is where the Heart is

“HOME” means more than just a place where you spend a lot of time. A home is a place where you feel safe…
– even when you don’t have money
– even when the fuel that runs the power plants and machines is no longer delivered
– even when the grocery stores, k-marts, coffee shops and liquor stores lock their doors

The false security of modern appliances and toxic inefficient temporary houses could never provide the sanctuary of “home.”
Neither can the bank accounts that hold the reins of this crippled monetary system, that seeks to withhold the basic necessities from people who need them.
Only faith in the love in one’s heart, and a healthy “environment,” meaning a healthy planet and healthy social relations, can provide the true sanctuary of HOME.

Are we HOME yet?

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6 Responses to “Home is where the Heart is”

  1. Captain Ottinger Says:

    “The false security of modern appliances…”

    You haven’t lived until you are empowered to toast your own bagel. Give me a double-wide toaster and a socket to jack into, and I am at home. Pure bliss.

  2. the PLAZOID Says:

    air-conditioners won’t work in hell, my friend.

  3. Captain Ottinger Says:

    Hell? Bwahahahaha! You’re a prisoner of a belief system concocted by the church in Rome as a population temperance system for medieval Europe.

    This is the twenty-first century. Buy yourself a toaster and live a little, my friend.

  4. the PLAZOID Says:

    …if that’s what you call “living”…

  5. Captain Ottinger Says:

    I call it living with the luxury of modern technology. Plazoid, maybe you should petition the city council to unlock the electrical sockets that exist on the Arcata Plaza, then bum some change, get yourself a toaster at the thrift store, pick up some no-strings-attached bread at the Endeavor, and toast away free and clear on the Plaza. Live it up while the living is good. Toast is a basic human right. Don’t you let anyone tell you otherwise, not even your god.

  6. Captain Ottinger Says:

    Come to think of it, if you discover that you are “at home” toasting bread or bagels on the Plaza, then you can turn around and yell at everyone to get the hell off your lawn.

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