The pasuk tells us: “The materials were sufficient for all the work to be done, and too much” (Shemos 36:7). The commentaries are bothered by the redundancy stated her. We are told that there was enough, but immediately following that there was “too much”. The Lubliner Rav (R’ Meir Shapiro) explains that although the funds were sufficient to meet the demands of the structure and its associated instruments, the driving spirit of the people to give did not cease or relax. V’hoser (and there was too much) refers to the mantra of the Jew to always look for more opportunities to give and accomplish even after the current demands have been met, and to never be satisfied to rest on our accomplishments in the moment.