Home is not a place, it’s a feeling

Idiom

Home is not a place, it’s a feeling

Definition

This idiom means that home is not defined by a particular physical location, but by the emotions and memories associated with it.

Examples

My home may have moved, but I still feel at home wherever I am.

No matter how far I travel, home is always with me in my heart.

Home is not a place, it’s a feeling of love, security, and happiness.

Origin

This idiom is believed to have originated in the early 20th century.

FAQs

What does the idiom ‘Home is not a place, it’s a feeling’ mean?

This idiom means that home is not defined by a particular physical location, but by the emotions and memories associated with it.