When people begin to comprehend my character, the four people/beings I am compared to most are Edgar Cayce, The Dalai Lama, Paramahansa Yogananda, and Yoda (from Star Wars). It has always been a wonder to me that I am consistently compared to these four figures because I have never studied any of their works (I've seen the Star Wars movies, but some of you reading this will only consider Yoda a character).
In my understanding, people connect my character with these figures because they are people of knowledge and/or of spiritual knowledge. As people stay in my life as friends and as some become family to me, the comparison stays the same. Other descriptive words they use also align with the words that are most commonly used to describe me, which tells me that the majority of people who I meet see me in the same way.
The figures that others compare you to may give you some idea of how they are viewing your words or actions and the overall impression that you give. These comparisons may give you insight into yourself in addition to insight upon the circle of friends you are creating.
Think about your character deeply and if you are unsure, ask your friends to give you honest comparisons and descriptions. Who are the four people you are compared to the most? Who do your friends think your character matches? Reflect on their responses and ask yourself if these comparisons align with the kind of person you want to be. If they do not, then you know you must make some personal adjustments in order to work towards becoming the person you aspire to become. You must adjust your words and your actions so that your character stands true to your own understandings of yourself and the life you want to lead.
Peace and Love to the Universe!