People without complaints don’t feel the need to proclaim to the world “I have no complaints.” No one buys sugar and reports in saying “This is just the product I expected. I felt a great sweetness.” Yet from time to time, I see people assuming that the lack of reports saying “it was sweet” means “it seems like that sugar isn’t sweet.”
I sometimes even see people who buy sugar, then say incomprehensible things like “It certainly was sugar. But I don’t personally like sweet things, so it gets a demerit. I prefer yuzukosho.” It’s irrationality resembling the famous Zen dialogue of “Nansen Cuts the Cat in Two.” So, the old gods were like this too.