~Hearth and Home~

A House
A house is a structure of form; a space;
a relationship with space.
A structure of form;an architectural
design on a street: An address.

A conceptual layout of space with a roof: It has walls, floors, a stove, sinks
and drains. Closets; a flow plan.
It’s an ideal we seek.

A Family
‘A family is made of people who are bound together by birth, by law,

or by love.

‘A family consists of two
Or more people who live together or are
related by ancestry or marriage.
And we all come in different
sizes and shapes.’

~Hearth and Home~
A home is where we live our intimate
lives: It’s a bonding place between
two or more
It’s more than nooks and crannies
closets and drawers; it’s more than

a place to lie our head and
place our stuff
and clutter
A home is a sanctuary_ with a
fire in the hearth radiating
warmth and light
A home is a cheerful place
filled with family and
friends and games
and jokes and
It is a place of security; a place
of trust and respect:  It is a
place to hug and dance:
A place to love and
kiss and laugh_
to cry and
The home is a place of peace.
A quiet retreat: The hearth
the center point; that
welcoming place we
yearn for at the end
of a day or a

Hearth and Home-©
Dedicated to ‘Eric and Nick’ and
All same gender couples who have adopted children or who desire to make a home for children; and Let’s Reach 1 Million People Campaign
Rachel Wolff – 2012

The hearth
The center point; that
Welcoming place we
Yearn for at the end
Of a day or a

Published by Rachel Wolff

I am a Global Voice dedicated to promoting world wide equal rights, civil rights, human rights. I believe that Everyone has the right to be treated with dignity and respect.

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