(Proverbs 27:20 KJV) Hell and destruction are never full; so the eyes of man are never satisfied.
Different translations use different words to get across the ideas here. The NASB uses the Hebrew terms of “Sheol” (7585) and “Abaddon” (11). The KJV uses “hell” and “destruction.” Other translations have “underworld” and “death” for the first and “grave” for the second. This verse seems to personify these two places. Proverbs does the same to wisdom.
Two points occur to me. First, these are real places and real concerns. Don’t fall into the trap of believing that heaven is real and hell is not. That simplifies things too much. Eternal existence is real. It is described in terms of eternal life and eternal death. One is in the presence of God, one is separate from God.
Second, eternal death, by whatever name will never be “satisfied” (7646) and that means you will never be satisfied. You will be in an eternal condition of wanting something you can’t have.
So? Make sure you are on the right team. Check your logo. It needs to be a cross not a career. Just a friendly reminder from a person who doesn’t know you. You know. God knows.