I have never liked the concept or programs that "walk a mile in someone else's shows or ride in a wheel chair for 8 hours" I find it insulting. When I was in high school someone broke there arm. They said "Now I know how it is..." Another stated, "My dog is taking the same siezure drugs, now I know how you feel" Both events and several more made me angry, and I lost many years enjoying my life. I was depressed and didn't embrace what I did have. I have learned that viewing the world through someone's eyes is not important, but rather admiring and learning what the persons does with their life. God has journey for all of us, sometime it is hard and rocky, but it is still our journey.