My friend Irene shared this TED Talk with me this morning, while we were discussing my blog and blog post ideas and it made me think so much about my home and my heritage. Take a look:
There are 220 million people that live in a country that is not their own. 220 million. I am one of them.
And although I am an “alien” here in the US, I feel more comfortable with other people like me, other “aliens,” than with people from Argentina, where “I am from,” or where I instinctively call home.
But it’s OK, because home, in the end, is where the heart is. And I think that my heart has been here for a long time.
What do you consider home?