One, that home is not a place, but a feeling. Wherever you are in this world, as long as you are happy and enjoying your life alone or with your partner or loved ones, you are home. Home is where the heart is, where the happiness is.
You may be living in a big city full of entertainments: big cinemas, theaters, museums, casinos, night clubs, bars, restaurants, big parks, etc. You may be living in a big mansion that has a pool; expensive furniture; a closet that looks like a fashion boutique full of designer shoes, bags, and clothes; a drawer full of expensive jewelries; and a garage that can accommodate 5 expensive cars. You may be in a place where you are surrounded with a lot of people. You may be in a place where snows are everywhere 6 months in a year. You may be in a place that has a lot of palm trees and white sands. But if you don’t feel happy and contented being in there, it means you aren’t home.
You may need to be in a place where friends are in the neighborhood ready to hangout and do funny stuffs with you. You may need to be in a place where your family lives nearby. Because one of the sources of happiness is love, the love of family and friends. They are one of the reasons why life is beautiful.
Two, that time is not measured by a clock, but by moments. Making memories with the people you cared so much is what matters most. It is not how many hours in a day you are with them, which half or three fourth of the whole time you are maybe with your phone. It is what you did with them, like playing board games with them, talking about your plans and theirs for the future, grilling in the garden, etc.
And three, that heartbeats are not heard, but felt and shared. Doing something exciting makes your heart beat faster. For example, sky diving, bungee jumping, car racing, roller coaster riding, or watching your favorite football team playing in an El Clasico or Champion’s League. But falling in love and being with the one you love is the best feeling you don’t want to miss.
If your heart beats for someone, tell him/her. Have the courage to let him/her know what you feel. Who knows he/she shared the same feeling, right?