Dayenu (דַּיֵּנוּ — meaning, “it would have been enough”)

Don't say I am unhappy because this has happened to me. But I continue free from pain, neither crushed by the present nor fearing the future. For such a thing as this might have happened to any man; but not every man would have continued free from pain on such an occasion. Why do we consider it then a misfortune rather than good fortune?

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I am a Zen-gineer, coach, manager, and mindful leader whose goal is to encourage and help my teammates succeed in all their endeavors.

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