It’s not half empty. It’s not half full. It’s just full. Full of things we need for life. Maybe sometimes we just need to look again at what’s in front of us. Image modified from this video.
Take two people. ‘Person A’ has a car. A yearly supply of new clothes. Imported food. Consumer goods. Plastic bottles of drink, wrappers, straws. Computers. An iPhone. A fully decorated and furnished house. They take a few flights a year. ‘Person B’ has a space to sleep on the dirt floor of a family home […]
e·nough/iˈnəf/ determiner & pronoun as much or as many as required We often think of ‘enough’ as being something objective. You either have enough, or you don’t. And yet – Enough money to you might be way more than enough for someone else. The same amount of money might be nowhere near what another considers […]