A Home May Be A House, But A House Isn't Always A Home
A HOUSE is a structure or a dwelling.
HOME is a the place where you live,
love, and feel welcome. It's the place you look forward to going at the
end of the day. It is comfort, safety and stability. It may be an
apartment in a highrise building, a dilapidated shack, a mansion or a
split level in the suburbs, but it is always a place where you feel safe
and comfortable. Conversely, just because a place is yours or because
your family lives there, does not necessarily make a place a Home.
My home is where ever my husband and
children are. But the house I grew up in with my mother, step-father and
sisters, was never a home to me.
"Home is where the heart is." I'm sure you've heard this before, or some variation of it.
The difference between a house and home
A house is a structure or a dwelling the has walls and a roof. There are many houses. Home
is a the place that someone lives in. There is only one home for a
person and it is the place that he/she lives in. A home can be a house
or an apartment or a retirement home or an orphanage or a villa or a
mobile house or ....