"To be happy in this generation is as hard as trying to get an iPhone in our parents generation. We are taught that perfection often leads us to happiness. But who’s perfect ? Not even the adults that expect us to be are any close to it. We drown in all the things we want. Better skin, hair, legs, clothes, friends. This and that. It makes us forget what we have. Health, friends, family or even that we have hair, because I’m sure someone with cancer would like theirs back no matter what color or If straight or not. To realize what we have is such a greater skill than to crave something you don’t. And if we realize what we have, we’re on the right path to happiness." - Elay Neal Moses (via coachela)

(Source: coachela)


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YES!! Amen..agreed..positive energy lol
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