Tudor

Grade 6

Prince George
British Columbia

home is for the heart

Most humans take things for granted such as clean water, food and at times maybe even family. Nevertheless, the one thing that we take for granted is home. Millions of people are homeless and with this are problems it gets freezing, they cannot get food, they can get diseases and others I am missing. In addition, they are alone watching others on the street, isolated from society, just them versus the world.
Home, home can be described with these three meaningful words, Love, knowing that the people in your life will always love you no matter what, family, in this world we are not alone we have family/loved ones and last but not least safety, when you’re with family no matter what they will always protect you.
What is home? Home to some might just be a nice warm place to go on a cold night. However, this cannot be farther from the truth. Home can be different for some people and yet the same because home is safety.
What is the difference between house and home? You might think that house and home are one in the same however, they are polar opposites. A house is just some bricks and wood however, a home is something you can’t see but you can feel it in your heart because home is love.
Why is home important? A house is important because that is where you live however, home is not about where you are, and it is whom you’re with. The people guide you your whole life.
Home is being with those you love like your family and feeling safe that they will always be there for you.
In conclusion, it doesn’t matter where you are as long as you feel loved, are with your family and are safe.