[T]he proper plight of dwelling does not lie merely in a lack of houses. […] The proper dwelling plight lies in this, that mortals ever search anew for the essence of dwelling, that they must ever learn to dwell. What if man’s homelessness consisted in this, that man still does not even think of the proper plight of dwelling as the plight?

Martin Heidegger, “Building Dwelling Thinking”, translated by Albert Hofstadter, in Basic Writings, edited by David Farrell Krell