The mantra "life is suffering, everyone has problems". I know two friends from school who are rich, attractive and when I ask them if they have struggled in life they say no, they feel average/great most of the time.
Now, you'd be quick to say that they don't want to admit they're suffering but these two people are very open minded and although very kind a bit self centred so they seem to have a genuine conviction in what they're saying. They aren't the type of people to care about perspective and lie about being happy because they feel guilty that others have it worse in many ways.
I don't know even what this post is, I'm just interested, is live objectively suffering for all or is there a hierarchy of suffering. If we can accept that some kid in Somalia is starving horribly and will spend most of their life dying early or suffering from malaria, diarrhea, typhoid etc... can the opposite be true? Can someone spend 60-70 years on earth with no suffering.
I've read groups on reddit like antinatalists who claim that it's impossible not to suffer due to biology and physics. Humans and all animals are designed to experience pain endlessly due to constant physical, chemical, biological dangers in the world. Pleasure only motivates good behavior but pain forces it. You always hear of drug users stopping due to developing tolerance and no longer getting euphoria. You seldom here of people getting used to chronic pain.
Given this, would you have kids?