One would think of the German word “Heimat” as being ones “Homeland”, to put it into a simple English translation. But, perhaps, ones Heimat is where one "feels at home"? … Social space, topography and area create feeling, mood and a relationship with the person. In the dictionary it reads: “People are bound to their Heimat by their birth, childhood, language, earliest experiences or acquired affinity.” What if your place of birth and childhood has changed so much it is a unrecognizable Homeland? Does one search out a place that resembles this original feeling? or left to feel “Heimatlos”? Where is your Heimat?