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when is enough enough?

  1. ladyush1960 profile image59
    ladyush1960posted 8 years ago

    when is enough enough?

  2. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    When it's enough...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...  ...

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    loveplp5posted 8 years ago


  4. pippap profile image87
    pippapposted 8 years ago

    Enough is enough when whatever the issue is starts impacting negatively on your life.

  5. lilian_sg profile image74
    lilian_sgposted 8 years ago

    depends enough of what?

    if it's knowledge, it is never enough.

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    SpaceAgeposted 8 years ago

    speaking from my own life, when things r supposed 2 happen, it's tiring 2 wait 4 them 2 long. depending on what they r, we often get tired after a while. it's often the hardest thing 2 shut the door when it's what we wanted most. however, when things were supposed 2 happen in a reasonable time frame, & they don't, (especially if we'd been waiting decade +, in such cases we WILL get tired. a good example is waiting 4 a mate the u know in yer soul IS indeed yer true soul mate. 4 those who'd never b4 married, a decade can seem like an eternity, especially when the bio clock's ticking loudly, & u KNOW in yer heart/soul that u were indeed supposed 2 marry yer true soulmate that God intended u 2 marry. there comes a time in the waiting period, when enough's enough. when we're tired enough, we WILL give up & shut that door 4 good. when that door must b shut 4 whatever reason, we then take the hardest step 2 move on w/o it, knowing what WAS meant 2 b will not likely happen, when something on the other end is likely preventing manifestation. things often happen beyond our control, & there comes a time in life 2 let go of something, & move on. we cry those last tears, grieve 4 the last time, & then while healing, we move on, eventually 4-getting what we knew was rightfully meant 2 b. when the other party's choices prevent something we knew was rightfully ours, we need time 2 grieve that loss