Enough is enough is a rare concept for our modern world, especially during the Christmas season.
A recent study shone a spotlight on a curious result of affluence: the higher the income, the less time a family spent together. The decline in family time, the study found, coincided with a rise in Internet use and the popularity of social networks. the study found that, whether it’s around the dinner table or just in front of the television, American families are spending less time together.
The Amish remind us that there is goodness and satisfaction in a simpler life. To the Amish way of thinking, “You are only poor when you want more than you have.”
Where is your line drawn? When is enough, enough?