Still Living in Birthplace?

@arunmails (3013)
India
October 11, 2010 12:26am CST
[b]Birthplace - Everyone will have something special about their birthplace. Everyone like their birthplace. But, due to certain reasons they don't live in thier birthplace. They migrate themselves to other place, where, they get their sanctification of living. This may be ofcourse due to job, or etc. I born in Dharapuram, a small town in Tiruppur District, Tamilnadu, India. But, I migrate to Main Tirupur District, due to my work. How many of you still live in Birthplace?[/b]
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15 responses
@Jotomy (6121)
• India
11 Oct 10
Hi Arunmails, I born and brought up in Hyderabad/Secunderabad (Twin Cities) in AP. I like to live here only because i love this place because i brought up here i learned hear and i have my family, relatives and friends also. Yeah many of my friends have to gone to other countries to settle down for job purpose and some of them gone after their marriage because their husband are working there. But they also will tell me that we can hear but can't settle down hereitself because birth place is birth place and all they like their mother land. Even me too believe this and agree. Have a nice day.
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Thats what, everyone have a small softcorner for their birthplace.
@gaiza12 (4889)
• Philippines
11 Oct 10
Yes, i am still living in my birthplace. Good thing i was born in the city and all the things i need to see about life is here, all the better opportunities are here as well. So i really don't have to go somewhere away from my birthplace. But i still do have plans to go to another country, to find a more better opportunity to practice and learn more about my profession.
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Good to hear that you live in your birthplace.
• India
13 Oct 10
As they say, the grass is always greener on the other side LOL..I’ve never lived anywhere else apart than Kolkata, the city of my birth. I’ve heard so much from people who’ve moved out, who stay outside Kolkata and have always been fascinated by their stories. I’ve always wished to stay somewhere else, compare it with my own city… the pros and cons and then maybe, come back to Kolkata in old age.
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. ha ha. You gave a good definition for who people who want to move away from their own place.
• Philippines
12 Oct 10
yes! i'm still living in my birth place because of my school..but as soon as i graduate i will surely go to another country or place.. i just want to be independent.. i want to do things on my own.. and i also love traveling thats why i love to go to another place..
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Are you like a phoenix bird, which migrate from country to country.
@barehugs (8992)
• Canada
11 Oct 10
My Grandfather bought this farm in 1905. My dad was born in the farmhouse in June of that year. I was born in the same room of that house in Oct 1933. I have lived here my whole life, having built a house on the farm, but just up the road, in 1979. My oldest son is now living in the original farmhouse. The road that passes through the farm was named after our family in 1993. I've lived in my birthplace for 77 years this month.
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Living 77 years in your birthplace? Really amazing.
@abj163 (1038)
• India
11 Oct 10
i was born in nanded city of maharashtra state in 1991 and i am still living there.....but the fact is i spent my childhood 5km away from main city...but it was part of city ...area named cidco and hudco...i used to live there....they were 5 km away from main city ..on he opposite side of the river....but before 5 years we got migrated to main city for my college and i lost all my friends of childhood and got new ones....so i still live in my birthplace happy mylotting
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Good that you live in birthplace.
@prinzcy (5082)
• Malaysia
11 Oct 10
Yep, still here. I used to study and work in another town. It's hard to commute back then so I rent a house or hostel. Then these recent two years, I received jobs near home. Instead of renting, I decided to stay at my parents' home. Besides, my father already passed away. My mother needs someone to help her around with my younger siblings.
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@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. You are very well blessed to live in your own place.
@Hatley (159442)
• Garden Grove, California
11 Oct 10
hi arunmails oh my no, I have not been back to my birthplace for fifty years. I was born on a farm close to Newell, south Dakota and moved to tempe Arizona when I was 29 and met my husband to be when I was 32. S ix weeks later we were married We lived in 't empe until my son was three and then moved to California. odd how people and circumstances come together to make us move clear across the United States. I wonder how many of my fellow mylotters do still live in their birthplaces?
@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Oh, 50 years? half a decade. really, I feel pity on you.
@advokatku (4039)
• Indonesia
11 Oct 10
I was born in Jakarta, but now, I no longer live in jakarta. But, until now I still work and earn money in Jakarta
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12 Oct 10
hi... I don;t live in my birthplace anymore due to work. I live in a city that their are opportunities but I felt that I am bored in that place where I grew up and I want to experience new ideas and new place so i migrated and work to another city. I go home once in a while to visit my family and sometimes take the days off from work :)
@arunmails (3013)
• India
14 Oct 10
Good. Thanks for the reply. Not in your birthplace? Someway or other we want to get a hope of living right.
@dawnald (84155)
• Shingle Springs, California
21 Oct 10
I was born in Los Angeles, California. I lived there all my life, except one year in college in Heidelberg, Germany. But 5 years ago I moved to Sacramento. I like it here, but I get homesick too.
@bjcyrix (6857)
• Philippines
18 Oct 10
I still am and at this point I dont think Ill ever migrate to another place. I am still under my parents' wing anyway so I get a lot of free stuff and dont have to pay taxes yet. I dont mind living in my birthplace but there are times when I visit other places too. Most particularly the capital of this country. I sure would love to have my own place there someday. Not for permanent residence but a place where I could stay whenever Im in that city. Anyway, I am still young so anything can happen, right?^_^
@dorannmwin (36697)
• United States
14 Oct 10
I was born and lived the first three and a half years of my life in Atlanta, Georgia, it was at that time that my father got a promotion at work which meant that he had to relocate his family to Lexington, Kentucky. I've lived here ever since, my husband is also from this area so it makes the most sense for us to stay in this area. In addition to that, he is also employeed here with a really good job so there is no reason that we would need to move.
• Philippines
11 Oct 10
no. But I love my Birth Place...
• Philippines
11 Oct 10
I currently dont live in my birthplace but Im near to it. Im undergoing a 3 year training job, but I still plan of going back to my place. There's no better place like home