I am not enough.
I know this to be true. The struggle of the quest to be enough is that it has no blunt ends or signposts or sections in the dictionary.
Enough : being what you need to be and nothing more.
But context is the final definer of the lines around enough and that story rests largely in my perception, my point of view.
I am not enough, I say, because I want to be more. Need is not a good enough end.
And here grace steps in, shaking her head, drawing a circle in red chalk in the center of the blacktop street – telling me firmly to Come In!
I step into the center, see a single word scrawled in bold block letters beneath my feet.
It says, Enough.