There are a lot of popular fools in the world today. It's better to be lesser known but full of common sense. Questioning leads to reasoning, and reasoning leads to understanding. So always question everything.
There’s a real power in common sense. People with common sense have a better understanding, they communicate better, and they’re respected. Common sense is regarded as wisdom, and so somebody with common sense is looked at as a wise person. Robert Green Ingersoll spoke about this. He was an outspoken leader during the Golden Age of Free Thought during the mid-1900s. He said, "It is a thousand times better to have common sense without education than to have education without common sense."
There's a certain wisdom in common sense. Or to put it another way, "Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom." That was written by the 18th-century poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
In this book you’ll get:
- A complete understanding of common sense so you know what it is.
- Understanding common sense and sound judgement.
- How to find your inner genius.
- Understand why common sense is important.
And, you'll learn the philosophy of common sense that's been shared by many great minds.