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Daily Motivation - Common Sense Is not So Common

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Common Sense Is Not
So Common

Common Sense Is Not So Common


What is common sense? Somebody once told me that common sense is what the general population on this planet lacks. Food for thought!

Talking about food. Would you blame obesity, which is rampant today, on the fast food industry? Or would the answer be that people should know that fatty foods make them fat?

The essence of common sense is in those questions. The best definition I found was on Wikipedia, "Common sense is a basic ability to perceive, understand, and judge things, which is shared by ("common to") nearly all people and can reasonably be expected of nearly all people without any need for debate."

The ability to make sound judgement, when the situation warrants it, is very important. More often than not, people find themselves in situations where they have to use their basic instincts to make decisions, in a manner that is considered to be reasonable and sound.

For instance, you go to your favorite coffee shop, and order a nice hot cup of coffee. In navigating the cup to your mouth you spill some of that hot coffee onto your hand. Would you start screaming at the coffee shop owner or even sue him? Common sense tells us that you were a bit clumsy. Yet, there are people who sued, because they were burned by hot coffee.

The assumption is that common sense is common to everyone. If that were true then people wouldn't be making bad decisions that end up costing them dearly. Many people choose not to make practical and reasonable decisions and end up with regrets.

You don't need any specialized training to have common sense, simply make use of your ability to differentiate right from wrong. Using your common sense can save you from making fatal mistakes.

It already starts with small things like putting on a sweater when it's cold to avoid catching a flu. Or, have you ever woken up after a night of partying with a hangover, and then you ask yourself "what was I thinking"?

It's because you probably forgot to use your common sense to make the right decisions. For a better life with less regrets, never ignore the power of sound judgment, your common sense - the knowledge of the obvious!

Herb Ratsch




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