I read somewhere in the Guardian today about what Queen Elizabeth actually does on a day-to-day basis. People are wondering whether if she like her life, her job etc. and if she has ever wanted to live a different life, and things like that.
Then her son, Prince Andrew answered that actually because they've never experience a life any different than it is now, it almost impossible for them to judge, which one is better than the other, and vice versa.
Isn't that interesting? How we look upon our lives and think that somehow if we could be like that guy/girl from across the street? How things would've been better, we might then think huh?
What do we really know about life? How others are living theirs? Our perceptions alone, define how we see things, which is plenty of the time proven to be false anyway. So, how do we take into account the "deep" factors? Things that we might not be able to see? Things that people hide and keep within themselves?
Can we extrapolate that? a mere mortal?