I was reading Newsweek today and unexpectedly found a quote that resounded in my soul, so much so I tore out the page and am now keeping it with me. It was about an older man who's company went public and he found himself an instant BILLIONAIRE at 81. He was the son of a Greek immigrant who had spent most of his life running a 24 hour diner. He found even though he was financially set he found his life was joyless. Ultimately, he decided to donate the billion dollars (to whom is not important right now). When questioned as to why donate so much he sums it up with this: Two men were at a wealthy hedge fund manager's party at a beach house in the Hamptons. One asked the other, "Doesn't it bother you that this guy makes more in a day than you ever made from your business?" The other man answered "No, not really. I have something that he doesn't have: I know the meaning of enough." I have enough and it isn't anywhere near the amount the gentlemen we discussing but that doesn't matter. My "enough" doesn't have to align with anyone else's "enough". The very fact that I recognize my cup is full today makes me very grateful.