My daughter @moneyyaya and I stopped to take a priceless photo, after riding in the Dubai desert until she was ready to go to the next destination. Anytime you're spending time with your children, is priceless. Always remember people die, photos live forever.
HA! And people mock Floyd Mayweather for being illiterate? Well jokes on you idiots, because he doesn't need to be able to read or write to churn out self reflective quotes about the fragile nature of human life. Turns out he just saves his insightfulness for spoken word that his security guard has to roughly translate into an Instagram caption. Granted, "always remember that people die" doesn't exactly tug on the heart strings, but counterpoints don't get much more perfect than "photos live forever". An international vacation with your teenage daughter seems like a strange time to be reminding everyone that death is imminent, but what the hell do I know about raising children? You gotta have that talk at some point, right? It might as well be while your mumbling through head wraps as you sit atop a dune buggy in the middle of the desert. A desolate plain of nonexistence actually seems the perfect setting for such a bleak convo.
It's not like he's wrong. Humans inevitably pass away, and photos - for better or worse - are most certainly immortal given the current state of the cloud. Sometimes you just got to cut away all the fluff and get straight to the point. After all, Hallmark cards only fit so many words. You can knock Money Mayweather for a lot of things, but you can't say he doesn't know how to capture conflicting emotions in a concise manner. Not only did he move everyone from suicidal to spirited in only seven words, but he left plenty of room for any personal message you might want to use to explain why you choose such a grim birthday card for your Grandmother. I agree that it seems a little dark, but that's what you get when you look to this guy for a little perspective...