Need to reduce comparisons

If we observe human thoughts over time, it will come to one’s notice that it is a frequent occurrence for human beings to compare things or people who have the slightest strand of similarity. This behaviour of comparison is so popular that it is included in the structure of our languages, is the basis of our market choices and is the decider of even the football club we support.



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