When the Buddha offered the first Noble Truth, he articulated the most inescapable aspect of our existence as human beings, which was that discomfort is a basic part of our experience. It is only by accepting this reality can we begin the work of liberation from the causes and conditions of suffering. Yet there are many methods to accomplish this goal. Some of these methods are related to our relative identity locations. This dharma talk explores our relationship to home and the the experience of home in our bodies, its dependence on love, as well how this could be related to ancestor practice.