A Home May Be A House, But A House Isn't Always A Home A home is the place where you feel welcomed. It's the place you look forward to going to at the end of the day. It's comfort, safety and imperfection. It may be an apartment in a high-rise building, a dilapidated shack, a mansion, or a split level in the suburbs, but it's always a place where you feel safe and comfortable. just because a place is yours, or because your family lives there, does not necessarily make a place a home. My home is wherever I have my freedom which is when I’m living alone. Its a place where I can be with my male lover or do things I enjoy such as dancing nude and watching gay kamasutra lessons without headphones . A place where I can strip myself naked physically and mentally, of insecurities and my worries. A place where I can play with my childhood teddy bear and watch Little Mermaid without being judged. Being able to communicate to my clothes and speak to myself .A place of acceptance basically. A house does not have personal or sentimental value, a home does.
a home is the people who live in the house and make it a safe and pleasant place to be. Poor or rich, no children or a dozen children, adults have the control to make any place a good home. A home can be anywhere you live -- your home may be a mobile home, or a motor home, or an igloo. For some, home can be an abandoned warehouse on Main Street in Anywhere, England As they say, "Home is where the heart is." a house is just physical structure with walls and a roof and a door.
If you travel through the country, you will see a lot of Malaysian villages. These villages are called "kampongs" .