Depending on your perspective, “well enough alone” can mean different things.
Quite often it is reflective, a moment of regret. “I should have left well enough alone. It was better the way it was”.
Then it could be a precautionary warning. “I’d better leave well enough alone, shit could get worse”.
Seldomly it come in a moment of reflection, being okay with where you are at, with your achievements and shortcomings.
“I am well enough, alone”.
All three of these perspectives visit me every time I sit emmersed in that which was, is, and could be dRh. These thoughts create thunder in my mind, peace in my heart and a longing in my soul.
And therefore I continue to kick up dust as I walk my dirt Road home.