For those of us who wander, our world will never be the same. Through the travels we have undertaken, the foundations of our reality have been altered, our desire for more knowledge, more experience, more "different" has been awakened and it may be a very long while before that thirst is quenched. After-all we cannot go back and unlearn and un-see the things we have lived. The truth is that we may never be happy “at home”, or in any one place for that matter, for a long time. This is simply the lot of those who wander.
I will say this though, to those struggling with the feeling that you can’t go home again. Remember that all of the places and people and things on this blue and green sphere are different; and just that - different. They are not better or worse. No traveller worth that name has ever contended that one people or place or culture is better than another. That’s not how humanity works and that’s not why we travel. Surely that kind of talk comes only from those who have not experienced enough of the world to know better. Each place is unique; beautiful and ugly, right and wrong, joyful and sad, frustrating and liberating, in its own way. All are different. It is this different that you've tasted and the different that you now love. Realize that. Know that if you look hard enough, when you open your eyes and your heart, then each place where you find yourself is as important and special as the place you've come from, and the places you're going.
Be patient, enjoy and love your time at home. When you're gone from home again, alone and far away, your heart will pull toward these familiar places and the people you've left behind. Be sure to have lived in such a way that when those times come, your heart is filled with gratitude and peace, instead of the angst of unfulfilled memories. Be gracious and grateful for all your days, for all of the places you find yourself. Don't say "My adventure has come to an end because I'm back home". Instead say "My adventure is in my soul and in the new way in which I now look at the world. Every day is full of possibility". And then, plan your next adventure, knowing that you're making those decisions for the right reasons and not because you're running from the space you're in. How can you enjoy future travels, without having had time in one place? Surely you know that these two are just sides of one coin. Be gracious and grateful.
And finally, welcome to the world of the traveller, the wanderer. Make sure you're living this life with the maturity of one who knows that no matter where you are, each moment is a precious, precious opportunity.