"you even conceded that we can identify as the same in many ways. "
I don't know if you mean agreed by "conceded". For the record it was never my intention and position that nobody is the same. It's a multiple of perspectives but it appears you're only saying one is valid.
The individual in the comments was pointing out the validity in multiple views.
"That despite what we choose to identify as, we're the same being. "
Works the same way in having unique identities that we have no choice in.
"You didnt address this point sadly. Which is really what needed to be addressed. "
I apologize. What is the precise point you're looking for me to respond to in a few sentences or less?
"Outside of that, it just felt like you were just agreeing with me except expanding on how we can still be unique despite our commonality."
Ok , well I like pizza, you don't. Those are unique identities to ourselves. We're both the same as we both eat . Do you see now?
"do you see that it is far easier to create uniqueness in humans? "
Well yes, regardless,uniqueness exists. Your position is unique to you unless there are others that share it. I don't know of any.
"My point being that you are created as an absolutely unique individual. There is no one like you in the entire world of form. You have the potential to bring a gift to planet Earth that no other being could bring. You are truly unique. How can something which is unique be compared to something else unique?"
The comparison is uniqueness. If we're all unique, we're all the same. We all have one identity. That's true. It's a true oxymoron. Our similarities makes us different still. An interesting true paradox but true.
"When you think about it, you realize that snowflakes are unique, so what is the point of comparing them? "
Outside of the commonality of being unique, there's nothing else to compare unless we're talking about percentages of uniqueness.
Say if one thing has only 1-2 percent contrast with another thing to make it unique, that would make it 99-98 percent the same. So you may have a lot to compare between those two items that are still technically unique.
"How can you make comparisons between objects that are unique? "
Review response above.
"And what is the point of assigning values to something like snowflakes?"
Value has to do with the affect or effect of a thing with something else. That's how anything has value. Like a functionless car has no value to me as oppose to a car that is running.
" Can you really talk about good and bad snowflakes? "
Well, I guess only in a sense of the ones that causes blizzards, perils, fatal vehicular accidents. But people will just use the language of a bad snow storm versus a bad set of snowflakes.
"And how could there be a perfect snowflake when they are all unique, since perfection implies a comparison to something imperfect?"
Well now with talking about perfection, that can be subjective. People use the term perfect but don't believe in it when it comes to certain things. So I wouldn't know how that works or what a perfect snowflake is.
"Well, what is the point in making comparisons between people, when each person is a unique individual?"
Really depends on the individual circumstance. Someone doing it can have a different point than myself. Employers make comparisons between candidates particularly when there's one role to fill or a limited amount of roles. Same thing in a political election or any election.
" What is the point in assigning values to people’s uniqueness? "
Once more, just the weight of the effect of someone has like somebody's unique credentials may be worth more in salary in comparison to another individual's unique credential profile.
"And can you really talk about good and bad people according to some standard in this world?"
I can't because logically it doesn't follow. How can good do bad and vice versa?
Good can be good because it is good. When it comes to people , we make good and bad choices/actions.
"Humans are the same being, but we're all blessed with our unique Individuality, no comparison should be made between us unless you want to limit your gifts. You can only uplift yourself by uplifting the all."
By saying this that we are the same and unique, you agree with my position.
Which says we have one identity while still having multiple identities. Which I don't believe was your position.
Now with you claiming that position as it appears, your actual position is that making comparisons in people is invalid or should not be .
People can and will compare based on different reasons. I would argue to refute an invalid reason to compare versus making a comparison in and of itself.
Now you may say because we're unique fundamentally is the reason not to compare.
But do you know how many variations of reasons there could be out there to justify making comparisons?
Nobody does, you'd have to know all things. That's why it's justified to wait for the reason somebody is comparing for. Hear out their case.