Enough is Enough

 “Enough is Enough,” challenges our perception of meaning and explores how language can become meaningless through overuse. Typing the phrase “enough is enough” becomes a sarcastic act that highlights how repetition can shape our physical experiences and affect our psyche. It examines the tendency we have to repeat things we want to end, such as relationships or mental states. Even when we know that something is enough for us and that we should move on, we often become trapped in a cycle of repetition. We may focus on ending or escaping from something, but in doing so, we reproduce it over and over again, we may feel stuck in a particular situation or mindset, unable to escape the cycle of repetition.