home–noun 1. a house, apartment, or other shelter that is the usual residence of a person, family, or household. what does home mean to you? home should be a place, any place, where you feel beautiful, wanted, safe, & loved. sometimes “home” is not a tangible thing but more of a feeling. home can be the house you grew up in or the person’s arms you feel safest in. home can be that feeling you get when you’re listening to your favourite song or the feeling you get when driving to the ocean in the middle of the winter. no matter how you define home, you should always carry a map to it. carry that map deep within your heart so you can never lose it no matter what. if you cannot think of a place to call home, make this your home. we’ll keep you safe, we’ll keep you warm, we’ll make you feel beautiful, we’ll never let go.
"i carved a map in the back of my arm, so don’t worry i’m coming home." -down to your soul, right away great captain.
“among other things, you’ll find that you’re not the first person who was ever confused & frightened & even sickened by human behavior. you’re by no means alone on that score, you’ll be excited & stimulated to know. many, many men have been just as troubled morally & spiritually as you are right now. happily, some of them kept records of their troubles. you’ll learn from them - if you want to. just as someday, if you have something to offer, someone will learn something from you. it’s a beautiful reciprocal arrangement. & it isn’t education. it’s history. it’s poetry.”—
“Former players enjoyed the reunion as well, mingling with old friends and telling stories from their college days. Dianna Burton Lewis (‘71), who brought with her to the reunion the Chuck Taylor athletic shoes from her playing days, said, “What I remember most about Belmont’s first year of women’s basketball is the fun we had! I remember how we got ‘trampled’ by Midwestern in Iowa but then improved so much together as a team that we beat them by three at our place. We didn’t realize then what an important journey we were helping to start. The reunion was wonderful! As I sat in the gym watching the games with friends from Belmont days, I really felt at home.”—
"We each get our own award!?" an incredulous Dev Patel exclaimed after the "Slumdog Millionaire" ensemble won for outstanding cast in a motion picture. He was even more excited when he was told that the children in the film would also receive trophies. “They’re all going to have one of these in Mumbai?! They don’t even weigh as much as this!”