Most of us know where to go to have fun. For a great burger. A good time. To meet friends.
But where do you go when you need to collapse? In whose arms are you when it’s time for the day to end?
Where, or who, is your shelter? Where do you go for help? When you have a problem you can’t solve or an ache you can’t shake?
Knowing where to go will help us on the journey, especially if we know where to go during those times when we need to stop moving forward.
Even if it’s a place (or person) where we don’t darken the doorway often, knowing the destination before departure means we won’t meander as much and can get what we need, when we need it.
Who is your home?