Many put great emphasis on our roots and importance in the worldly things, but the Son of Man, Jesus Christ, Son of God, had no such earthly possessions. He didn't care. He trusted the Father to supply all His needs, just as ours are provided.
Did you ever notice that Mary did not wrap Him in clothes? She wrapped Him in 'cloths'. There is no mention of blankets or a bunting or a onesie. She had little to give her Child. Yet she gave Him the greatest gift a mother could give. She nurtured Him. She raised Him and held all the memories deep in her heart.
Jesus lived a life of poverty and shame, yet He was faithful to the will of His Father. He gave the message of eternal life to all. He did not count the world's evaluation of what matters as anything to be concerned about. He just poured out love on those most in need. He poured out truth to those who buried themselves in the law and offered them a gift of eternal life that could only come from Him. There was nothing they could do themselves to earn it.
He offers the same gift to us. It means little where we were born or what circumstances we were born into. He offers the same message to all. He offers us a place to rest. A place to calm our spirit, and refuel our souls. He wraps us in the cloths of righteousness. He offers us a retirement home out of this world.
An old song tells us that 'the things of life become strangely dim in the light of His glory and grace.' When we see the Lord face to face, we won't even remember the things that seem so important now.