“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
—Matsuso Basho, 15th Century Japanese Haiku Master
There’s no place like home is a saying of great comfort for most of us. It was Dorothy’s famous statement upon her return from visiting the land of OZ.
We all know about her journey to see the wizard and all the characters and experiences she had along the way. Perhaps she—and we—missed a lot along our journeys by holding on to an I’m not there yet perspective at the many places we found ourselves on our paths.
What if, instead, we saw each of our journeys as one of many homes, and experienced each moment of our life as the perfect place to be?
Where and when do you feel most at home?
How would expanding this view to include all your everyday journeys to have an even more richly rewarding life?