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Common Sense Ain't So Common

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Common sense is what every human being is born with, so, therefore, when you think of education, education is good, that is formal education. But when you think about the word, "formal", it means, not the real education, but a "form of education". The real education is in the human soul and heart and it is common for all people, like common sense. Webster's meaning for education is " the process of training and developing the knowledge, skill, mind, character, etc., especially by formal schooling, or should we say "instutionalized schooling." These word mentioned, training the mind, and by instutionalized schooling, have deep meaning when you think about it. As the people use to say when we were growing up. "They ain't nothing but an educated fool", Wow! That's heavy! What did they really mean by that?  Well, when we look at the phrase common sense. We start to thinking about that ordinary sense, G'd given sense, or the ability to think or reason for self. As Webster says, "ordinary good sense, or common practical judgment."  Again, thinking for self, or usinging the insight from within. The reason why man's problems that he's having today seem so complicated is because "common sense", is missing from the equation. It has been replaced with "instutionalized thinking."

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