|By David Morgan, inspired by All One|
Rough Draft - Last changed 43 days ago.
It's important to realize that what may be "common sense" to one person may not be known or even thought of as "common sense" to others. That depends on your , and your view depends on what you have learned.
For example, a doctor might say to another doctor: "Its common sense that you use this kind of knife when you make an incision." Doctors know this from going to medical school.
So common sense on proper procedures for performing an operation is learned. This concept is equally true, for example, with relationship skills. Proper healthy relationships skills must also be learned, and common sense would say that it would be best to learn these skills from knowledgeable sources.
Common - shared by many people, hopefully good.
Sense - Awareness
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