"There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do." - Freya Stark
I care a lot about people's fulfillment with the recognition that its definition varies widely. It can mean achieving fame, acquiring wealth, helping others, or spending time with loved ones.
Despite these varied definitions, I think a universal obstacle to achieving fulfillment is the misalignment of one's actions and thoughts, which aligns closely with this quote in The Journey's Echo from the British-Italian explorer and travel writer Freya Stark.