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  • Susie Csorsz Brown


There is a point where we need to take a minute, look around, and realize that what we have, what we embrace, what we love, who we are, all of it is enough.

We need to embrace the contentment we experience with what we have realized in life.

We need to stop looking over the proverbial fence at the neighbor’s proverbial grass, and be happy with what we already have.

We need to be grateful for all we have.

And we need to understand that it doesn’t matter if anyone else cares.

It doesn’t matter if we post it on Facebook/Instagram/TikTok/social media of choice, and we don’t get a 4 emoji response, because we are happy and content with what we have and are.

We have embraced enoughness.

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