Welcome home. For many, this time of year is filled with reconnects, reunions and trips back to our home states, cities and towns. We head back to the places that shaped us in our early phases of life, we come home. For many coming home is a place where we can rest, rejuvenate and celebrate our year. For others, this time of year is filled with loneliness, heartbreak, heartache, hesitation and anxiety because the memory of home was less than glamorous or broken in some way. Through the service I did this year, I met a teen who ran away from home because her home was a place of abandonment. I also have a friend whose family has never nurtured or supported her, so she finds herself in isolation during this time. At each moment of our lives we may find ourselves at different parts of the spectrum. But, wherever you are on the spectrum this year, may you find your place at home, a home that you grew up in or a home that you create all your own. May the family the surrounds you be the family that you were born into or the family that you created all your own. And more importantly may you take the time to thank the universe for the blessings in your life large or small. Have a great holiday and enjoy the moments with your family in the place that you call home.
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