1. Comfort - without this or the hope for this we shall go mad.
By comfort I don't simply mean a soft mattress for my bed. I mean moments where we don't have to be looking over our shoulder, where we can find warmth, food, a home. When people are unable to find comfort they are homeless, they are refugees wandering somewhere away from fear of being raped, killed, tortured, or dying of starvation.
Refugees are blamed for creating crises in places where others claim they don't belong. The endless arguments about who belongs, who should be allowed to enter and who should be sent away ignores the origin of the problem - that some are labelled as misfits, as other. Centuries of conflict have created refugees or migrants. Which means even those who are not migrants are unsettled and live in fear.
Comfort requires habits of home building. Homelessness of any kind destabilizes community.