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Our understanding of 'enough'

Rather than seeking long-term happiness, fulfilment, success, and acknowledgment, we can reframe our understanding of enough.

  • What do I need to do to keep my body healthy?
  • What do I need to eat to ensure I don’t go hungry?
  • Where do I need to cut back so I can pay my bills, reduce my debt, save for something enjoyable?
  • What relationships are most important to me, and how can I help them grow?
  • Where in my home do I feel most energized and relaxed?
  • How does my present job enable me to find a greater sense of meaning or purpose?
  • Which of my belongings or hobbies detracts from my understanding that what I have is enough?

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