Enoughness of small graces is a paradox, akin to the concept of human perfection. Shunryu Suzuki summed it up perfectly when he said, "Each of you is perfect the way you are ... and you can use a little improvement." When we consider human evolution, paying attention to all the little things that are not quite right is what allowed our ancestors to survive on the savannah, whereas basking in the gratitude and sufficiency of small graces might lead to inattention toward fundamental survival threats. In the modern world, we must balance the ever-rising tide of hedonic adapation-- where we get so used to every new comfort and advantage that it ceases to bring us joy-- with gratitude for both the blessings and challenges we encounter. In my personal experience, this is very difficult to do without both a meditation and a gratitude practice. Meditation is what trains and restrains the momentum of the powerful subconscious mind that operates wildly like our ancestors from the savannah. Gratitude is the precious food that puts a higher clarity and perspective in charge.