It is true that we do not recognize the importance of an object until it is taken away from us. We, as human beings, have a natural tendency to overlook the little things in life, but when taken from us, these little things prove to have a strong emotional attachment. I have experienced this in my life. Last year, my family and I moved to a new house in xxxxxxx, xxx xxxxx. We moved from xxxxxx, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, where we had lived for sixteen years. I had never really given thought to my house; it was always there when I left for school and when I came back. However, permanently moving away opened my eyes to the importance of the house. This house was my home; where I took my first steps, first spoke, and where I grew up. Leaving my house put a hole in my heart; I had never noticed how fond of it I was until I left. Now, I always reminisce of the old house. My new house is bigger, but it is not home. I always compare the two houses. I miss the open backyard, the quiet neighborhood, and my friends. Growing up, I never really appreciated the house and all of its wonders. I just took it for granted. Now, being from the house, feels like a prolonged vacation. Everybody tends to take things for granted in life. It is just in our nature. However, when we overlook things in life, we do not appreciate what it means to us and how much we need it in our life. Looking back, I can say that there are many more things in life that I overlook and take for granted. We should start enjoying the little things in life, that is the only way we can live happily and regretfully.
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