I studied Maslow's hierarchy of needs in seminary almost fifty years ago. It was considered obvious truth back then, but hasn't stood the test of time well. Its top level of "self actualization" has more recently been described as a "first world problem" and unworthy of that pride of place. As a Christian, "finding myself" and "being all I can be" are hard to mesh with Jesus' advice that the highest law is to love God and others.
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