Well John Paul Getty's answer was "Just a bit more than anyone else", but I guess that's the wrong answer, because although he had quite a lot more than anyone else, he was a mean recluse and seemed to have a miserable life when he was not counting his excesses.
For me it is sufficient to be independent of the world (i.e. not dictated to by others) but still firmly reliant upon God.
I've been rich (three times) and poor (many more times) and boringly normal for some of the time, I hate boring normal times and much prefer rich or poor, as both situation challenge one to stay alert and listen for Gods direction.
Kind of like Christ wanting us hot or cold, lukewarm seems to be tepidly boring and unacceptable.
I think When it begin to hurt,whatever the matter may be,i would say .......would be quite enough for a wake-up call. Too much is when ones own words come back to hunt them. And not enough is is equal to .....falling short of ones goal.
Just enough......is when one can smile about everything that they say and do.
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