TiKels -- If I were inclined to argue about the "set of all things that could make you suffer", I could make fallacious statements about how the more intelligent are capable of understanding and perceiving more things, thereby meaning that more intelligent people have less "privilege" so to speak
TiKels -- Suffering is a condition of expectations, not realities.
Sand Wraith shouted: TiKels yes but we're not talking about a man who lives in the mud, are we?
You're right, we aren't talking about mud people. I was using literary devices to convey my point. My point being that changes in life experience drastically alter perceptions. So for a person in a mud hut, they could be so entirely happy because everything they normally concern themselves with is good beyond normal. But in the US a man who has technology, health, food, social standing, and every thing that was wanted for millenia, finds himself enraged by his mother's cooking or the pronoun people use to describe him