Do you have enough?

And how do you know?

Because it is easy to find an unrealistic frame to apply to our life and decide we are lacking.

Chisoku is the Japanese word to mean to feel sufficient, to be satisfied with what we have.

When we are never Chisoku, we live a tense dystopia where nothing is ever ok.

And the good simply falls by the way side.

Beyond our basic needs, enough isn’t a matter of abundance.

It is a matter of choice.