A roof over our heads, for some more roofs than their heads. Enough bottled or running water for our thirsts and showers; electricity galore to keep our places lighted and brightened.. Food as much as our stomach can take it and some extra to throw away as it passed just the expiry date, clothing in opulence hanging in our closets, kids toys collection escalates faster than their growth and age.
Plenty to buy, and plenty to return the day after. Plenty to waste, plenty to dump. More stuff shipped in plenty; to keep the economy in plenty.
And then worldwise, there is plenty of hunger, plenty of malnutrition, plenty of poverty, plenty of injustice, and plenty of refugees.
Indeed, a Yuga of plenty.