I’ve written before about this tension I always feel as a TCK between trying to be content where I am, and at the same time missing the place or the culture that I am without. I read books about the spiritual discipline of rootedness, of staying in one place and getting connected even though itContinue reading “Moving On & Finding Home”
Most people who have lived on the streets are already highly aware of what is going wrong and have had multiple diagnoses assigned to them since childhood. These diagnoses, however helpful at times, can never serve as an inner home. The diagnosis isn’t always a safe place, and it certainly isn’t an identity.