I’m still in Tibet. Although I’m sitting on the stairs in front of Bodhanath Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, when I meet Tibetans here it feels like saying hello to relatives. What I know about Tibetan people and culture is close to nothing, but Tibet still felt like home. In the short time we were there, both the scale of the land and openness of its people challenged and reaffirmed my perspective on what it means to be human. Tibet has my heart and mind.