In my self-imposed, semi-displaced state, between homes, between a long, gainfully employed past, and an uncertain future, I often find myself thinking about the displaced around the world.dis·place /[dis-pleys]
–verb (used with object), -placed, -plac·ing.
1. to compel (a person or persons) to leave home, country, etc.
2. to move or put out of the usual or proper place.
Displacement-physical or mental, free or forced, personal or communal, internal or cross border-tear at us, and those that we leave behind.