klo menurut kisah Magandiya, ucapan itu berguna untuk orang tuanya.. dan ucapan itu di tujukan kepada org tua Magandiya, yg meminta Buddha menerima Magandiya sebagai istrinya
klo masalah org lain yg dgr sakit hati, tidak senang, atau bahkan lawan bicaranya sakit hati n tidak senang..krn dirasa tidak menyenangkan sudah dijelaskan di MN 58
Magandiya. A brahmin of the Kuru country. He had a very beautiful daughter, called Magandiya. Many men of high station sought her hand, but the brahmin did not consider them worthy. The Buddha, one day, became aware that both Magandiya and his wife were ready for conversion, so he visited their village. Magandiya saw him, and, noting the auspicious marks on his body, told him of his daughter and begged him to wait till she could be brought. The Buddha said nothing, and Magandiya went home and returned with his wife and daughter arrayed in all splendours. On arriving, they found the Buddha had gone, but his footprint was visible, and Magandiyas wife, skilled in such matters, said that the owner of such a footprint was free from all passion. But Magandiya paid no attention, and, going a little way, saw the Buddha and offered him his daughter. The Buddha thereupon told them of his past life, his renunciation of the world, his conquest of Mara, and the unsuccessful attempts of Maras very beautiful daughters to tempt him. Compared with them, Magandiya was, he said, a corpse, filled with thirty two impurities, an impure vessel painted without; he would not touch her with his foot. At the end of the discourse, Magandiya and his wife became anagamins. DhA.iii.193ff.; SNA.ii.542f.; cp. Dvy.515ff., where the name is given as Makandika and he is called a parivrajaka. The daughters name is given as Anupama and the wifes Sakali.
It is said that they gave their daughter into the charge of her uncle, Culla Magandiya, retired from the world, and became arahants. DhA.i.202
According to the Anguttara Commentary (AA.i.235f), Magandiyas village was Kammasadamma, and the Buddha went there on his journey to Kosambi at the invitation of Ghosita, Kukkuta and Pavarika. He turned off the main road to visit Magandiya.http://www.wisdomlib.org/definition/magandiya/index.html