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StreetphilosophyHeimat - Where are you at home?

Why is it so important for us to have a home? For the singer Dillon, who meets the presenter Ronja at a concert in Berlin Neukölln, home is not tied to any specific location. Although she lives in Berlin and has a Brazilian passport, she travels a lot - her family and friends are also spread all over the world ...

Is home the place where I grew up or can I feel at home anywhere? This is what Ronja asks herself in this episode of “Streetphilosophy”. Why is it so important for us to have a home to which we belong? For the singer Dillon, who Ronja meets at a concert in Neukölln, home is not tied to any specific location. Although she lives in Berlin and has a Brazilian passport, she travels a lot - her family and friends are also spread all over the world. Can home also be a feeling that you carry within yourself and can take with you wherever you go? Maria Thamm embodies the exact opposite of Dillon. Her home is the Müggelsee in Berlin, where she grew up. Here she will also take over her father's fishing and thus continue a family tradition. “Home is linked to the longing for stability - for something that stays in a breathless world,” explains philosopher Christian Uhle. “In our family, in our home, we want to be more than just employees or consumers, we just want to be recognized and loved as human beings. In a city like Berlin, however, we are creating more and more 'non-places' such as coworking spaces that we only use as walk-through rooms and that do not allow stable ties. "The carpet weaver and storyteller Hamid Saneiy creates community by working once a month invites you to a fairy tale evening in his carpet shop. He comes from Iran, has traveled a lot and started a family in Berlin. What does home mean to him so far from the place where he grew up?