Home means different things to each of us. For most, it is a place of comfort and safety. Such is the pull of home that two weeks ago, 18 men—with just a week’s pay in their pockets and an uncertain future—started walking towards home because mass transportation was suspended. They lost their jobs when the construction project they were working in ceased operations because of the lockdown. After more than eight hours, they were still in Metro Manila, having walked 30 kilometers. Home was in Tarlac, more than 150 kilometers away. Their story was picked up by a journalist and shared countless times in social media. It reached the mayor of Tarlac City and the governor of Tarlac province. Both requested for assistance from the PNP Directorate for Police Community Relations. The cavalry came with food, financial help and a vehicle to bring them home. In two hours, they were back…