Never enough in the way that we keep pushing, learning and evolving is good. It's the way the dynamic universe works.
Never enough becomes a problem when we let negativity and feelings of malcontent creep in and hijack our minds. This type of thinking is an obstacle, an evolutionary hiccup in the way that our minds operate. The negativity bias of the amygdala portion of our brain can snowball and make us even more sensitive to the negative. This is what the Buddha called suffering - the stress and negativity in our daily lives.
Mindfulness, gratefulness, and acknowledging the positive in our lives can help to counteract the negative bias of our brain. This is only important if you care about your happiness and quality of life.
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