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The term "Existential Migration" was coined by psychologist Greg Madison to describe the attempt at fulfilling existential needs by  leaving your home country and search for a new "home" where harmony can be found.

Although many  people succeed in settling down, many will find it more challenging and  the powerlessness in "fitting in",  can lead to a deep feeling of alienation. 

Also some people will find a sense of existence in the migratory process, which involvies places of transit, unknown streets, temporary accommodation and "eateries" .

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