A neuroanthropologist named John S. Allen says that “our move into dwellings may be just as important – if not more so” than tools, language and controlled fire.
Early humans could sleep securely, live with mates and offspring and have complex social interactions. John Allen is the author of a new book entitiled Home How Habitat Made Us Human. Doesn’t this sound like home?
We purchase a house and create a home. Are you ready to create a new home this year? And watch a new family settle into your present one?
If life is a series of cycles, how do we know when it is time to move on to a different home? There are a myriad of reasons to sell, and the same reason to buy – to create a home.