Benjamin

Grade 6

Cote Saint Luc
Quebec

A Home is a Feeling

“There’s no place like home”

Home is a place where you can be yourself. It’s a place where you feel welcome. Home is where you feel safe and loved. A home is a family.

Everyone has their own definition of home. A home is not exactly the place where you were born, but the place where memories are created. You know you’re home when you feel connected and united with each other. A home doesn’t have to be a structure; a home can be a country, a place, or even a group of people. When you’re at home, you don’t have to be someone you’re not, you can be anyone you want to be.

The difference between a home and a house is that a house is a material concept, a building. But a home is sentimental. A home doesn’t have to be a physical place. The word house is used to talk about a location where a family lives. The word home is used to talk about the family and friends living inside the location.

My home is where I feel free. My home is where I feel relaxed and comfortable because I am with my family. My home is a place where I can laugh, and have fun. My home is a place where I feel secure and at ease. In my home I can show my real emotions and not be shy about it. It’s where I can be myself and it’s a place that will always be special and dear to me, no matter how old I am.

“Home is where the heart is”. A home doesn’t have to be a physical place. It doesn’t have to be made of bricks or wood. A home is a feeling. It’s where you feel loved, cared about, and welcome. It’s where you can be yourself. It’s where you don’t have to be shy about your emotions. A home is a family.