At what measure are we good enough ? When are we self- developed enough to accept ourselves?
Oddly enough, they are almost one and the same. Age, I believe, has nothing to do with it. It's all about what is inside of us, and for each of us, that's different.
We are, in one school of thought, "good enough" the day we are born. Any day we ask ourselves that question, we are "good enough". It's just a matter of accepting that fact, and you're there.
I have met and heard of children who were already there, while I have met senior citizens who still aren't there. We can all be there, the moment we accept that we are just who we are and that we are good enough right then, at that moment.
And no, I'm not there yet.
by magzz 8 years ago
What mark are we good enough ? When are we self- developed enough to accept ourselves?
by illeagle 6 years ago
So much time is spent expressing what people should not be. I am curious to hear what you believe a person should be. What qualities does a person need to have to be considered 'good enough'?
by Kenneth Avery 6 years ago
If you do all that you can for your wife or husband and it isn't good enough, then what do you do?In the same vein as the Japanese grandmother, allow me to ask, "if you do all that you can to please your wife or husband, and that isn't good enough, then what?"
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