What about him?

One person was stopped and fined by police for not wearing a helmet. Wearing a helmet while riding two-wheelers is mandatory. The person said to the police officer: “Sir, see he is not wearing…” showing someone not wearing among thousands in the busy road. “You have violated the law by not wearing the helmet. You are punished. Do not show others.” Paul writes: “So then each of us will give an account of himself to God.” (Romans 14:12) Arguments that we are better than others are not accepted in any court of law.
Pharisee spirit: “I am not like them,” is the statement many people use. Comparing others is a human trait. A Pharisee considered himself superior and a common person as inferior. (Luke 18:19-14) Such people do not compare themselves with people better than them.
Pride: Such people do not have humility to accept and confess their shortcomings or wrongdoing or sin. The spiritual pride of a person demands God to respond on his own terms.
Privilege: Some people think that they have privilege to violate laws as they consider themselves as above laws. In other words, laws are for ordinary mortals and not applicable to them.
Petty mindset: The Pharisee had a low opinion about the common man. These kinds of people ill-treat others and even demean them. Such haughty people call names like dog or termite or mouse.
Presumption: They presume that they are perfect, and God is obliged to listen and ‘obey’ their prayers. It is not faith, but a haughty assumption.
Priority mistaken: Justice, Mercy and Faithfulness should be their priority; they substituted them with rituals and traditions. (Matthew 23:23)
Prerogative of God: Many times, people are curious to know the fate of others. Even Peter wanted to know about John’s future. Lord Jesus had to tell him: ‘Mind your own business.’ (John 21:21-22)
Precepts of God: With humility all disciples should self – examine themselves in the light of Scripture, His precepts, and the Spirit of God.
Do I have an unhealthy habit of comparison with others?