Do we always have to compare?No doubt we are judgemental humans, and we tend to discuss the pros and cons of almost everything. We tend to have views, perception and sometimes we hold on to our ideas and thoughts too much, that even when we compare it to other stuff, it is always leading us to have a bitter experience. Maybe a fight, dispute or any other good word for quarrel.
If we like something, why do we like it? Because we compare it to its previous counterparts, some other factor, which was missing and now its there.
For example, Parents tend to compare their children and tend to motivate their kids, by quoting examples (indirect comparisons).
People judging political parties, leaders and their actions, policies.
Students comparing their grades, colleges, employees comparing their current and previous organization policies etc.
But where to draw the line? When do we decide that this situation doesn't fall under the comparison criteria at all?
Do we always have to compare?