One of my favorite things about that song (and about Moana in general) is that the temptation she has to overcome to save her people and fulfill her destiny is good advice.
I mean, what advice could be better than “you can find happiness right whet you are?”
Don’t most of us get into trouble when we forget that? Isn’t that a great corrective to our consumerism, our fear of missing out, our endless anxious status- seeking?
And it was good advice for everyone on the island except Moana. She had a vocation, a literal divine calling, and to fulfill out, she had to walk away.
Sometimes we have to do that, to turn away from good advice in order to do what’s most important.
But most of the time I should be listening to the good advice around me.