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    Mike

    “Enough” is food and clothing for today, shelter for tonight, a little extra to give to someone in need, and a few close people in my life to remind me that I have far more than enough. Ironically, I’m most keenly aware I have enough when I’m being sorely tempted to want more.

    1 year ago
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    Maggie

    I never feel like “enough” comes from external things. For example, I never feel like I have enough clothes or enough money or enough outer beauty. But I do feel like I am loved enough. My family is the best I could ask for and whenever I’m around them I feel fulfilled. To know when enough is, you need to reflect on how fulfilled or satisfied you feel. I feel satisfied and like my needs/wants are met whenever I’m around the people that truly care for me.

    1 year ago
  3. O.Christina

    I feel tired, too tired to even read. after a long day of almost non-stop- alertness for many different engagements with a fully concentrated mind. For today, this tells me it is just enough. So dear friends here sharing, wishing you all a peaceful and blessed sleep.Tomorrow is another day, God willing.

    1 year ago
  4. Don Jones

    It is never enough. Striving for the highest possibility leaves no room for complacency. Enough can only live in the physical but this life is much more than the physical. The dimensions beyond the physical call for boundlessness, limitlessness – a burning of discontentment with limitations and containment.

    1 year ago
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      Mike

      So completely different from my approach to the question, but so obviously true. I’m glad I read this.

      1 year ago
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    db82258

    You don’t know, what you don’t know, until you need to know and then when you do know, you “know it” is enough.

    1 year ago
  6. Hot Sauce

    If I have enough clean food to be full, enough shelter to protect me from the weather, and enough clean water to bathe and drink from, that is enough. If I am able to survive, then what I have is all I need.

    1 year ago
  7. Elaine

    My husband and I live in a 600 sq foot condo. The space determines when we have enough!

    1 year ago
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    Lauryn

    Enough is when I feel satisfied after eating dinner.
    Enough is when I’m too tired to stay awake.
    Enough is when I don’t feel anyone or any thing is missing.
    Enough is my limit.
    You know it when you listen to your inner voice.

    1 year ago
  9. Hermann-Josef

    For the mind it is never enough. This is what I feel about my mind. He always wants to have or be something better, more spiritual, more suitable, more wise more selfless and so on. Contentement is a decision I have to make many times a day. But it feels so good…

    1 year ago
  10. GregC

    Enough is when i feel peaceful, present, contented, and relaxed.

    1 year ago
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    Barb Foster

    As I count all the ways in which I am blessed with health, dear friends, nature all around me, a warm safe home, reliable transportation, and creativity, I have more than enough. Sharing love, being grateful and content.

    1 year ago
  12. Carol

    I attempt to embrace each day and accept it as enough. My ego some times has a problem with that!

    1 year ago
  13. Mary Pat

    It depends. Never enough love, unless it is the smothering kind. Never enough love from our dog, our children, our grandchildren.
    Enough for me as far as social interaction is different than my husband, who is an extravert.
    I can feel enough in my bones when it comes to some things, or in my mind with other things. Interesting question,.

    1 year ago
  14. Holly in Ohio

    I haven’t found “enough” yet, but it is something less than I have. 😄

    1 year ago
  15. Katrina

    I seem to have an internal reset button on “enough”. My mind, spirit and body can only handle so much food, material “stuff”, trouble, whatever. I am constantly purging, re-evaluating, starting over. It hasn’t always been this way, but “as. we. age.” I can only keep track of so much.

    1 year ago
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