By the end of this book, I really had enough about enoughisms. Enough information (data?), food, work, options, happiness. Central point: we should not strive for more and more, but be content with what we have. It reminded me of Aurelius, who does get mentioned towards the end.
Some interesting thoughts from this book: would Archimedes have invented his law, if he had taken a shower?; we think at our best when we do not think about the topic at hand; simplifying life can be very complex (Deidre Shaw). Ok to read, especially during a holiday.......Continua
Yes, we have enough.... But Naish explains that, because we are human, and programmed in a certain way, we will NEVER have enough until we take a conscious step to change our behaviour. Mankind is always chasing that butterfly just over the next hill. I know that I will never have enough books, but for the rest, I am willing to try!...Continua