Common Sense Is A Flower That Doesn’t Grow

Common Sense Is A Flower That Doesn't Grow
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“Common sense is a flower that doesn’t grow in everyone’s garden.”

Understanding the Rarity of Common Sense

Common sense, often perceived as basic and innate, is ironically not as common as one might think. This paradox is beautifully encapsulated in the saying, “Common sense is a flower that doesn’t grow in everyone’s garden.” This metaphor suggests that common sense, much like a rare flower, is not universally found. It requires certain conditions to flourish – an amalgamation of experience, wisdom, and the ability to perceive things beyond the obvious.

In today’s fast-paced world, where information is abundant and opinions are diverse, the ability to sift through the noise and make sound judgments is invaluable. Common sense is that guiding force, a practical and straightforward approach to everyday problems. It’s the ability to see the forest for the trees, to make decisions that are grounded in reality and practicality.

The Essence of Common Sense

Common sense is often born out of life’s experiences. It’s the lessons learned from the past, applied in the present for a better future. It’s not just about knowledge or intelligence; it’s about applying them wisely. For instance, a person with common sense knows that touching a hot stove will burn their hand, not merely because they have read about it, but because they understand and apply this knowledge practically.

This sense is also about empathy and understanding the human condition. It involves being considerate of others’ feelings and perspectives, leading to more harmonious interpersonal relationships. It’s about being street-smart, about knowing how to navigate the complexities of daily life with a sense of ease and confidence.

Historical Anecdote: Benjamin Franklin

Franklin, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, was renowned for his wit, wisdom, and practical intelligence, which epitomized the essence of common sense.

Franklin’s life was a testament to the power of practical knowledge and common sense. He was not just a statesman but also an inventor, writer, and scientist. His inventions, like the lightning rod, bifocal glasses, and the Franklin stove, were not products of complex scientific theory but rather the result of observing everyday problems and finding practical solutions. His ability to apply simple, effective solutions to complex issues demonstrated a profound level of common sense.

Moreover, Franklin’s contributions to the drafting of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution showcased his ability to apply common sense to governance and politics. He had a knack for understanding the core of complex political issues and addressing them with practical wisdom. His famous sayings, many of which are collected in “Poor Richard’s Almanack,” reflect a deep understanding of human nature and the value of common sense in everyday life.

Franklin’s approach to life and problem-solving serves as a powerful example of how common sense can lead to significant achievements and a well-respected legacy. His life story illustrates that while common sense may be a rare quality, it is invaluable and can lead to remarkable accomplishments.

Daily Affirmation

“Today, I will embrace the simplicity of common sense in my decisions, reminding myself that the most practical solution is often the best.”

Further Quotes About Common Sense

“The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are: Hard work, Stick-to-itiveness, and Common sense.” – Thomas A. Edison

“Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Science is nothing but trained and organized common sense.” – Thomas Huxley

“Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are, and doing things as they ought to be done.” – C.E. Stowe

“Common sense is the most widely shared commodity in the world, for every man is convinced that he is well supplied with it.” – René Descartes

“Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius.” – Josh Billings

“Common sense is not so common.” – Voltaire

“Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.” – Albert Einstein

“Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wisdom.” – Samuel Taylor Coleridge

“Nothing is more fairly distributed than common sense: no one thinks he needs more of it than he already has.” – René Descartes

“Science is simply common sense at its best.” – Thomas Huxley

“Common sense is the knack of seeing things as they are, and doing things as they ought to be done.” – Harriet Beecher Stowe

“The philosophy of one century is the common sense of the next.” – Henry Ward Beecher

“Common sense is genius dressed in its working clothes.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning.” – Proverb

“Common sense is the measure of the possible; it is composed of experience and prevision; it is calculation applied to life.” – Henri Frederic Amiel

“The best prophet of the future is the past.” – Lord Byron

“Common sense is as rare as genius, is the basis of genius.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Common sense is the foundation of all authorities, of the laws themselves, and of their construction.” – Thomas Jefferson

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