"Someone once said to me,' said Marguerite, 'that our home, our special country, is where we find liberation. I suppose she meant that it is where our souls find it easiest to escape from self, and it seems to me it is that way with us when what is about us echoes the best that we are..."
Green Dolphin Street (a.k.a Green Dolphin Country) by Elizabeth Goudge, Book I, Pt. III, Chpt. 1, pg. 107.