I love this quote, because it so succinctly speaks the truth: we've as a society have given so much power to the media, that we're not comfortable with what we see in the mirror unless it's what the media portrays. At least, I know I'm not. I loathe the skin I'm in for all of the pain it's caused me. I'm working on improving my self image, and one day hope I can use the word beautiful when referring to myself.
It's one thing to have outer beauty, but to have that inner beauty is where I think the true comfort comes from. I know that we all look around and judge others on their appearances, but we don't know their story, we don't know what they've been through, and they might be just as self conscious as we are, they might not like the person under the make up and clothing, either. Inner beauty? Comfortable in your own skin? Definitely still my goal.