Why We Cant Love What We Need


This week I continue to deal with the matters of the heart on The Zone Project Podcast where I share the discoveries I have made thus far that I believe are largely responsible for the unfulfilled need in so many of our daily lives.

All of our hearts come packed with several underlying premises that need to be met for us to live a healthy and happy life. When these are not met fully they create need in our lives which we often most of us look to things and others outside of us to fulfill. This means that our primary motivation is not to love others but instead to have our needs met. Things and people can not meet these needs. Only God can and will if we let him. Trying it the other way will only lead to broken relationships, faith, careers, and lives. I therefore invite you to join me on this episode where I once again share many discoveries that I believe also merit your attention as doing so will inevitably give you a realistic opportunity to experience moment by moment the happiness and peace we are all looking and longing for.

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Finally once again thank you very much for listening and for your ongoing support with everything I continue to share with the World.

-pablo-

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