1 edition of We carry our homes with us found in the catalog.
We carry our homes with us
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||E184.C97 V45 2016|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 182 pages|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||2015048182|
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This book is timely and I recommend reading it now/5(9). On DecemMarisella Veiga with her mother and two brothers boarded a plane from Havana to Miami. Her father fled a few months later, joining his family with a total of fourteen U.S. cents in his pocket and an understanding that he would never see his homeland again.
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Produced by Johns Hopkins University Author: Marisella Veiga. Veiga’s book is a blessing because it explores the hard issues that come with the devastation of exile and the resilience of the Cuban people, like Marisella and her family.
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A man who feels at home whenever he want, truly lives in. We carry railroads, plantations, laundromats, bodegas, taco trucks, farms, factories, nursing homes, hospitals, schools, temples built on our ancestors’ backs.
We carry old homes along the spine, new dreams in our chests. We carry yesterday, today and tomorrow. We’re orphans of the wars forced upon us.
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But running allows us to lighten the load on more than just a. Then we feared not having enough food and supermarket shelves were emptied. Now we fear for the economy, our jobs, our mortgages, our homes, our prosperity, our retirement, and our comfortable lifestyle. Sure, we do not want to lose them, but if we are carrying them, if they are our burdens, they have become our idols.
We are propping up “Bel Author: Berry Kercheville. The only times we realize what our homes mean to us is when we are leaving them. Leaving means, you have not left yet, and that makes it worse; you have a choice of staying, and yet, you don’t have a choice of not leaving. Image source: Riya Roy.
I still remember the journey to the : Riya Roy. I recalled how amazed I was at that idea when I heard the similar statement made by one of the expert in this video: “Our bodies carry our history with us”.
She was making the same point my instructor was making in voice class, but emphasizing the social-histories we also carry within us. With each season, each month, each sunrise even, we’re responsible for a little more.
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