Yes - Motivations come in many varieties, from the "basic" motivations of obtaining food & water to the "security" needs such as obtaining shelter & physical safety, on up to the "higher" motives involved with self-actualization. People are more likely to pay attention to the higher needs when they have taken care of the lower needs. For example, a person who has fame & fortune, but is still unhappy, might start thinking seriously about the meaning of life & how to obtain fulfillment of spiritual needs.