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Posted by  RAchel on January 21, 2004 at 10:51:20:

In Reply to:  when a building becomes "home" posted by Michele Fitzgerald on January 13, 2004 at 14:23:45:

Antoine de St.-Exupery writes:

In a house which becomes a home, one hands down and another takes up the heritage of mind and heart, laughter and tears, musings and deeds. Love, like a carefully loaded ship, crosses the gulf between the generations...Let us bring up our children. It is not the place of some official to hand to them their heritage. If others impart to our children our knowledge and ideals, they will lose all of us that is wordless and full of wonder. Let us build memories in our children, lest they drag out joyless lives, lest they allow treasures to be lost because they have not been given the keys. We live, not by things, but by the meanings of things. It is needful to transmit the passwords from generation to generation.

 
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