Comparisons are Odious, Do Not Make it as Our Nature of Habit
We can actually individuals not compare with each other, because everyone is totally different and there maybe can perhaps equivalent characteristics, but that will never be completely accurate.
Everyone has their own unique features, such as the fingerprints are exceptionally different.
If such a comparison is sought to be made between two people of almost identical virtue and value, this can then resulting the image of a designated person in a bad light.
And this might be a wrongly comparison, with respect to the other, then a similar comparison is rejected.
This type of equation is also known as an odious comparisons.
It is virtually impossible for us or a second person to make a comparison with others, because everyone have an unique and peculiar character.
But it’s something many people have on hand to do so and start to compare by judging and try to get on this way equivalent.
Or through their words let somebody get a guilty feeling, because of thinking that they are extraordinary.
It is not naturally to compare someone with others and actually more an insult than a compliment in most cases.
Do not let someone else eat something that we will never serve for ourselves on the same dining table.
Everyone has their own exceptional character and habits, and it will click between each other or we can take no pleasure with it, but to compare them and insult is no need and unusual in life.
Comparisons are odious, so do not make it as an extrajudicial targeted habits for harming others or for the benefit of eloquent with their feelings.
I wish you a healthy life.
Author Jan Jansen