He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough.
There are two ways in which we can use the word „enough“.
In one way, we use it when we are fed up with or tired of something or somebody. That is the kind of “enough” that I think of in connection with Trumpism, Corona or after having stuffed myself with too many mince pies at Christmas.
This is not the kind of „enough“ that I want to write about.
I want to focus on the other side of the coin, where „enough“ refers to sufficiency and fulfilment.
We live in a culture that incessantly strives for improvement and perfection. For example, this is particularly evident in the smart phone market, where gadgets are updated on an annual level, with an increase in performance, speed, storage volume and so on.
My phone is not the most advanced or expensive one on the market, but it lives up to its purpose and...