MANY CONVENTIONAL PEOPLE think of us nomads as “homeless” in the very negative sense of the word. In fact, to them, it is virtually a curse word and you can almost see the saying it with a sneer and look of contempt on their face. Technically, of course, they are 100% right — am homeless in the sense that I do not have a residence that I call home.

But that’s just one word to describe us, there are many other words that can be applied. To me living in a house is like living in a prison because they are owned by the house rather than vice versa. They live for the house not for themselves and they lose the power of choice over their lives because everything is done in order to support the house. Therefore, I prefer to call it prisonless and people who live in houses prisoners.