Question 1: Is there enough coffee in the world?
Obj 1. There is a coffee maker in the kitchen, and a giant can of ground coffee, therefore there must be enough coffee in the world.
Obj 2. Even should there be no coffee in the house, there is coffee in virtually unlimited supply at the grocery store. Therefore, there is sufficient coffee in the world.
Obj 3. Even should it be impractical to get into the store, there is coffee at the drive through at McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts and various sundry purveyors of caffeineation of one's choosing, therefore surely there is enough coffee in the world.
Sed Contra... "Man shall not live by bread alone." and "NEED. COFFEE. NOW!!!!"
I respond, there are those who say that there is sufficient coffee in the world, if only one is industrious enough to reach it. However, there is one serious impediment in the life of caffeination when it comes to accessing this beverage which aids the helpless in such a manner which inspires deep reflection on Man's reliance on God. This impediment is known as the 2 year old boy. Thus while coffee would appear to be limitless and easily within grasp, so easily we fail to obtain it, moaning and weeping that there is coffee, coffee everywhere but not a cup to sip.
Reply to Obj 1. The giant can of ground coffee in the kitchen cannot be accessed when the 2 year old boy is eagerly plotting to color his baby sister orange with hot pink polka dots at the earliest opportunity.
Reply to Obj 2. Clearly the person making this objection hasn't seen a 2 year old boy in a grocery store, and has not considered that taking small children out of the house requires caffeination beforehand.
Reply to Obj 3. Still have to get the 2 year old out the door to get to the drive through, and if you get a mommy a coffee, her son will want a donut to go with it, and the ensuing sugar buzz will bring on the apocalypse.