2 Fulfillment vs Satisfaction

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What is Fulfillment? We have all experienced and attained a measure of satisfaction, but few have been acquainted with true fulfillment. Knowing what brings true fulfillment seems elusive. So often in that quest, we become frustrated. We endeavor and try many things, follow different advice, seek and look for fulfillment, but never find it. So we throw up our hands in total frustration. In this episode, we will delve into the cause of this frustration; the difference between fulfillment and satisfaction and what it is that we are all truly seeking after.

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  1. Jasmine
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    Wow! This is really hitting home. There’s so much that you wonder about but don’t think deeply about. This is really opening my eyes to truth!!

  2. Caren
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    The famous psychologist Abraham Maslow led us to believe that finding rest was simply getting to the top of a five tier pyramid where self actualization being the highest would get you to a place of rest. Unfortunately many have achieved an abundance of wealth, position and material possession and are still miserable to the point where they start to explore immorality again to be disappointed, unfulfilled and unsatisfied and are still searching or have taken their own lives. This discussion on quest for rest has had me on the edge of my seat. It is very stimulating, real and indeed a timely topic.

  3. Eva
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    Oh my, I can’t wait for the other episodes! This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I will get to know who I really am, what my purpose is for this life and I will finally be at peace and rest to live that abundant life Jesus promised! I’m excited!

  4. Alvin Rivera
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    It’s amazing how in my search for rest I was looking in the wrong places. I’m starting to understand that where I should look is right here starting by listening. Awesome podcast!!

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