„traveling - it gives you home in thousand strange places, then leaves you a stranger in your own land.“

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„We are all strangers in a strange land, longing for home, but not quite knowing what or where home is.“

—  Madeleine L'Engle American writer 1918 - 2007

The Rock That is Higher: Story as Truth (1993)
Kontext: We are all strangers in a strange land, longing for home, but not quite knowing what or where home is. We glimpse it sometimes in our dreams, or as we turn a corner, and suddenly there is a strange, sweet familiarity that vanishes almost as soon as it comes…

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„Maybe you had to leave in order to miss a place; maybe you had to travel to figure out how beloved your starting point was.“

—  Jodi Picoult, kniha Handle With Care

Varianta: Maybe you had to leave in order to really miss a place; maybe you had to travel to figure out how beloved your starting point was.
Zdroj: Handle with Care

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„Every day when you leave your home you give away more than you could ever imagine about who you are and what you do.“

—  Derren Brown British illusionist 1971

TV Series and Specials (Includes DVDs), Mind Control (1999–2000) or Inside Your Mind on DVD

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„You see much more of your children once they leave home.“

—  Lucille Ball American actress and businesswoman 1911 - 1989

Quoted in Carolyn Warner, The Last Word, ch. 16 (1992)

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„Never make your home in a place. Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You'll find what you need to furnish it- memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things. That way it will go with you wherever you journey.“

—  Tad Williams novelist 1957

Zdroj: Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, The Dragonbone Chair (1988), Chapter 42, “Beneath the Uduntree” (p. 718).
Kontext: “Never make your home in a place,” the old man had said, too lazy in the spring warmth to do more than wag a finger. “Make a home for yourself inside your own head. You’ll find what you need to furnish it—memory, friends you can trust, love of learning, and other such things.” Morgenes had grinned. “That way it will go with you wherever you journey. You’ll never lack for a home—unless you lose your head, of course...”

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