Vannakkam: We are all a product of our experiences. I was raised on a farm, and taught that the garden was survival, rain means money, and dirty fingernails meant you were a contributor. My mother actually called soil 'dirt'. Some middle class urbanites view rain as a hindrance to their golf, and wonder why it makes me happy. So, in the general sense, I'm no different as to how the subconscious works.
I remember walking around Tanjore and daydreaming of buying a house there, and volunteering to keep the yards clean of rubbish, and maintain the beautiful grass. For a heritage temple, the grounds were a mess.