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ID number:561629
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Published: 18.02.2006.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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Every person has his or her own place called home. No matter how big it is, no matter they accept it or deny it, but everyone in every time knows, where they can return to. Of course, sometimes people have difficulties, they do not have a place where to stay but I believe that deep in their hearts they actually know, where they can return to, whom they can trust to. In fact, this place, this castle, is always connected with people we live together. A palace, a castle, a cloister, a semi-detached house, a private house, a flat, a room, a hut, just a bed or even a box…. These all are the places people call home.
Some people call themselves the citizens of the world, some people say they don’t have home or they even don’t need it. In my opinion, it’s a lie. It all depends on people, if they accept the place where they stay or live or not. It is a task for each of us – make the place where we stay more comfortable, cozy, homey and appropriate for us. I think, if you really do your best and try to adapt yourself, you feel better. It is a kind of atmosphere that you create around yourself. Don’t you start smiling and relax, when you get home? Each of us does. And don’t you say it is a weakness or something. It is just a place where you can really feel free from all the stress you had during the day.
What is home for me? For me it is really my castle. Actually why not palace? Why do they say that home is someone’s castle?

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