Everything to which we come in contact is good enough. If it weren’t, we’d be doing something about it.
‘Good enough’ means it will be revisited in the future because its flaws were too disruptive, again.
Grabbing some quick fix hides the main problem, extends its life and allows it to grow and become more established.
Permitting things, using things, that are just ‘good enough’ encourages that way of thinking, resulting in a world where problems never end.
Grab a bottle of scotch, a couple of pills, read another self-delusional message, cry, consider other ways to numb your senses.
Basing your life on fairy tales is delusion. Delusion solves nothing.
Got a problem? You can paint it a different color. Give it a new name. Sweep it under the rug. Shrug. Keep trying to dismiss it. Numb yourself.
Or, tackle it! Knock it to the ground. Step on it. Pound it. Grind it up. Pulverize it. Conquer it – by understanding exactly what it is and what you can do to make it surrender.
This wonderful life of yours . . . is it worth taking the chance on something . . . not quite good enough?