Monday, 16 September 2013


This thought had particularly good timing.

"As you start this week, may you find contentment in the pursuit of enough. With money, time, relationships, your home, and even your dreams and goals, may you peacefully and boldly pursue that sweet spot called enough, where you aren’t in need, but also aren’t burdened with needless abundance.

And in this process, may you enjoy the immediate benefit of finding your definition of enough—that you can slow down, better enjoy the journey of it all, and remove the chains of our culture so often weigh us down. The ones that tell us we constantly have to do and be more."

(Tsh Oxenreider)

1 comment:

Mom said...

I absolutely LOVE this post. I am at a time in my life where I can honestly say I am very grateful for what I have and that it is enough. I thank Heavenly Father every night for all that I have. I think it's hard when you are younger to think you have enough when finances are often a worry, but I have to say that Dad's job provided us with a house, food and camping trips for vacation (and sometimes trips overseas), so we always had what we NEEDED. I have never been a person who needs to have stuff (which is a good thing cuz we never did have a lot of stuff). I guess for me, that thing that I never felt I had enough of was time (but then, when you have a family, who DOES have enough time). Now, I even have that and I am appreciating that.