Came across an interesting concept. Each of us is born into a world that is centered around us. In other words, my world is slightly different than your world, although they appear the same in every respect they are in truth slightly different. It requires a lot of thought to follow this, because on the surface it makes no sense at all, but when you think about it, it does. Each of us perceives the same thing differently, even when we think or even agree that we're seeing the same thing. It's this perception partially that makes the point.
I'm rapidly moving out of my depth, but here's what I think it means. The world gives the illusion of success, success in business, having a good marriage, living a good life and having great kids. But my reality is none of that, true there've been temporary success's but eventual failure in everything. Someone else inhabits the same world and illusion, but is successful, has a great job or business, meets and marries the perfect mate, has great kids and a fullfilling life. It's the same world, or seems to be yet it's not. Does this make any sense at all?