These books look like some good ones to start !
I personally would not enter a building, house, apt or any structure that I consider ugly, scary, mass murder has happen, seances, people homes I know that say they are witches, devil, Satan or hideous... I will only knowingly enter beautiful and happy structures.
First off, I'd like to say that I enjoyed this question. It made me think about architecture in a different way. I'd say, yes it's very possible. Architecture is a form of art to me, that definitely can and does illicit emotions from me. That being said, if I had to live here or even … Read more
Set your sights on another girl, get to know other people.
Absolutely. There are even studies that show how a room or building is lit or what color it is affects us mentally and emotionally.
Let me give three examples:
-The house from the Addams Family
-Any apartment in a ghetto, anywhere
How could residing in any of these places NOT affect a person?
Led Zep essentially ended the day John Bonham died, Otis, both Page and Plant have said this. That was almost 40 years ago. There were some limited performances in the UK last decade, but touring is tough when you're approaching your seventies, -they certainly don't need the money- not to mention can they really do … Read more
I'd have to say using the bathroom....lotsa time wasted!
Perhaps. I do tend to believe that A) the metaphysical "exists" as much as wen cay something beyond physical existence exists and B) that there is probably something bigger out there that had a hand in fostering the existence of the physical as it is now.
That said, this "something bigger" would be a God … Read more
I don't know, but I'd like to think that there is something bigger than us, and that life doesn't just exist for no ultimate reason. That said I've read many a religious text and for me they raise more questions than they answer. I end up wanting it to make sense but left feeling more … Read more
Home = the place that I find the most secure, relaxing, safest and pleasurable of anywhere else. There's nothing like coming home, kicking my shoes off, wrapping myself in my recliner and having the dog sitting on my lap. I look around and say, "yeah, this is all mine", it's just pure comfort.
I really think not, especially if we are limited to the versions put forth by the current crop of contradictory religions.
If something exists in our thoughts, is it real?
Home is where the heart is. That's how it is to me!
I love my home. It's "Large" at 700 sq feet to me. I give thanks every day for my home. Bedroom has only a twin bed and 1 night stand. No pics 😊.
Living room has a sofa, TV and sofa table. 1 side stand. It's Beautiful. It's my home 🤗.
Decorate when you're ready or … Read more
Home is a feeling within, for me, because I can be anywhere and I'll always be home.
Maybe it was the way I was raised, things and places were always uncertain. One place one day, moving on to the next, sometimes with only days notice. I learned to keep my home within and take it … Read more
Home is where I feel safe.
It's the one place you can always go and find that inner peace you need.
A house or apartment doesn't need to be decorated to the ninth degree to be home. The first place I lived in on my own was almost bare but it was mine. The was always a … Read more
I felt about the same way when I bought this old home in 1971. I was restless and signed back up for a second tour and rented it out for the many years I was gone. I eventually married the lady that was my renter after her husband took off and I came back. With … Read more
For me, home is anywhere, as long as I'm with the one I love.
I define Home as that place of refuge we return to willingly, even anxiously; where our comforts await, where familiarity resides and peace might be found. The hoped-for last destination for all our travels.
"Home, the spot of earth supremely blest, a dearer sweeter spot than all the rest". -Robert Montgomery