The only planet that we know of that can support life is 'Kepler-186F', orbiting around the red dwarf star 'Kepler-186' in the Cygnus Constellation. But I wouldn't hold my breath if I were you, it is 490 light-years away from the Earth (1 light-year is 9,461,000,000,000.0km / 5,879,000,000,000.0 miles). So even if we want to go there, we won't able to.
Have you ever questioned the nature of reality with this controversial question?
"Is my conscience the product of reality or is reality the product my conscience: How do we know what is the true nature of reality is when everything we see, hear, taste, smell and touch are just interpretations of the brain and even time (the notion of the past and the future) is an illusion of the mind. What if everything we experience is just an illusion and in a world where everything is a distortion by our sences. What if the real nature of reality is a state where everything and nothing happens at the same time. If reality is a superposition, then how do we know that everythings exist in the way we see, hear, taste, smell and touch."