I had to leave that space I called home to move beyond boundaries, yet I also needed to return there . .. Indeed, the very meaning of home changes with decolonization, with radicalization. At times, home is nowhere. At times, one knows only extreme estrangement and alienation. The home is no longer just one place. It is many locations. Home is that place which enables and promotes varied and ever changing perspectives, a place where one discovers new ways of seeing reality, frontiers of difference.