This story is told by Rabbi Albert Lewis. A soldier’s little girl was sitting at the train station with her family and their meager belongings. Her father was being transferred. A woman passed by. Seeing the little girl sitting there, she patted her on the head and said, “You poor child. You haven’t got a home.” The little girl replied, “But we have a home. We just don’t have a house to put it in yet.”
What does HOME mean to you? Is it a place or people or a feeling you carry within you? Hopefully you can create HOME wherever you may be.
Contributed by Sister Valerie Sweeney, SND, Director of Mission and Ministry at Jennings