Several years ago (more than a decade now), I was selected to spin at a popular dance club in Chicago on Halloween night (flyer, dj set). I was really excited for the reason that I had dreamed of spinning at a club in Chicago ever since I had first started deejaying.
I was scheduled to spin in the smaller room adjacent to the main room as part of the local deejay line-up. Boy George, pop star turned deejay, was scheduled to spin in the main room as the night's headliner. For whatever reason, he did not show.
Well, fast-forward to today: I happened to be re-reading Paul Little's book "Know What You Believe" (a book that I highly recommend) and I ran across a quote from *Boy George. He is quoted as saying:
"Nothing outside yourself can make you feel whole. Not fame, not sex, not drugs, not money. None of these work. Nothing can fill you up. And believe me, because I've tried them all." 
Boy George is right. I know this to be true in my own life. The Bible confirms this.
The following is from Gotquestions.org:
Without God, man is unfulfilled, even in his mortal life. [...] King Solomon [son of King David and considered to be the wisest man who ever lived] gave himself to a pursuit of all this world has to offer, and he recorded his findings in the book of Ecclesiastes. Solomon discovered that knowledge, in and of itself, is futile (Ecclesiastes 1:12-18). He found that pleasure and wealth are futile (2:1-11), materialism is folly (2:12-23), and riches are fleeting (chapter 6). [...]
Man is a unique creation. God has set a sense of eternity in our hearts (Ecclesiastes 3:11), and that sense of timeless destiny can only find its fulfillment in God Himself.
See: Can man live without God?
*Boy George is not a Christian. He is an unrepentant cross-dressing homosexual. (Source: Boy George on Homosexuality - Interview 1994 Out100: Boy George | Out Magazine) Pray for Boy George that he would repent and trust in Jesus. (Also see: Victor or Victoria?)
 Paul Little, Know What You Believe, endnotes: "Rocker Boy George," Servant Magazine (winter 1996), p. 9.
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