Enough is enough. Though we don’t like to think or believe that, nevertheless it’s so. Do we have enough to eat or enough to drink? We may think we don’t if we’re not full or unless we can’t finish what we have. Do we get enough sleep or enough rest? We may not think so if we can’t sleep until we wake. Do we have enough money? Not if we can’t have what ‘everyone’ else does. Is there anything wrong with getting by? Many of us live in a more for me, who cares about thee space in our society, if not living in a dog eat dog spot. Mostly we don’t even know that’s what we do. But.. does enough apply to heads and hearts? I don’t believe it does. If we use our heads at all then we should want to use them more for our own benefit and the benefit of others. If we have a heart at all we should want to care for ourselves and for others. We don’t want to like be a stream with dried and cracked edges, arresting as it may be, we’d rather fill the stream bed, and do that in the company of loved ones. Enough can’t be enough when there is so much more to strive for; to enjoy the striving and its results. Enough can’t be enough since we’ve got brains that will atrophy without use, so many feelings that will wither without an outlet. But using our desire for more, more, more should be carefully monitored to ensure it remains within the boundaries of real caring for the desired outcome, not just to have some amorphous something. We must be careful to remind ourselves of the consequences of wanting for wanting’s sake, of striving for more just to have more. That’s not why we have hearts and brains. We have brains and hearts to let us know when enough is enough. Don’t you think we should tell ourselves enough is enough when we’ve lost sight of our real priorities?