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I like the sound of it. And I like that it means enough, more than enough. As in enough for everyone if we steward resources well.
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Not in relation to anything but that I am a brain tumor survivor with what the docs call "deficits." I'm not less than I was, but different.
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"Let the beauty you love be what you do."
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