What is enough? “I am enough”

“Do you ask what is the proper limit to wealth? It is, first, to have what is necessary, and, second, to have what is enough.” ~ Seneca

We need to ask this of ourselves and realize that what we have is enough. More often than not, we need to be aware that what we want is more than that…ENOUGH. The old adage that, “He who dies with the most toys wins.”, will usually end in disappointment and or a minute level of satisfaction that wanes very quickly. Leaving us wanting more.

With that said, look into the mirror and ask yourself, “Am I enough?”. Be serious as you pose this question and be honest. Forget about possessions. Forget about the massive “Friends/Followers” lists you have on social media sites…or friends in REAL life. Forget about any and all limitations you may be experiencing. Be it monetary, health or otherwise. What do you see?

I see a person of enormous potential. An individual able to literally and or proverbially stand alone. I see a human being capable of overcoming any and all obstacles that may come their way. “The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” ~ Marcus Aurelius

You can do this and you are ENOUGH. Remember that as you walk away from the mirror and make it a mantra to bring yourself back to Earth when you start to feel things are spinning out of control or you’re losing your grip on a given situation. Say to yourself, “I am enough”. YOU ARE!

With Gratitude,

Kevin “Doc” Burgess, The Lean Stoic


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