Thursday, April 14, 2016

Sense and Sensibility!


As the Learned say that, Education is one investment that will never go waste. 

But, I wonder how much education is enough to make you a literate and cultured enough to stand in a crowd and yet be confident of the decisions you made?

 Although, a man should be open to learning at any age, but should he be earning degree after degree to get the label of a wise man?



There are people with degrees stacked up, and still not have the fundamental sense of living or dealing with pesky neighbors or relatives or any practical matter.

Sometimes, common sense and being in the right place at the right moment can do wonders for some.
Luck also plays a prominent role for those who aim high.
Examples are many that literally a site has been dedicated for college dropouts who have dared to touch the sky.

Now, I am not encouraging anyone to drop out of college just to test drive their luck.
But, with the increasing costs of everything, there is no harm in introspecting the courses one has registered into and finding his worth, passion or his future?  

Nothing comes for free, thus taking loans to get a degree that will be the pride of your glass cabinet while you stress day in and out to work towards the payment of the credit makes no sense! 

Thus, next time when you get an enrollment form for a particular course; dig within and find something that we all have in common, which is actually not that common since we hardly use it, but it prevails!

Common Sense!

If We only had the real sense that enables judgement in practical matters, it will give us the capability to be savvy and street smart.

Research has indicated that it is within all, but seldom do we tweet within and try to learn from our experiences and combine it with the wisdom we have attained from a mere degree!



Mantra for today: Common sense is not common, but it would make a lot of sense if understood.


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This has been a Finish the Sentence Friday post. Your hosts are, as always, me, Kristi from Finding Ninee and this week’s sentence-thinker-upper, Deirdre from Deirdre’s Daily Dose.


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