A common-sense approach to what we may have to deal with makes common sense. It’s the approach we take, it’s the standing back; it’s the voice in our head that tells us to listen. By listening to our thoughts, we do what makes common sense, for us to sort one or all of our problems out.
Life has a way of throwing problems at us, there’s no getting away from that, but we must learn to fix what we can, even if those problems aren’t initially ours. There’s no point in us continuing to blame others for things we end up having to deal with. When we can come to accept that, we can then work on understanding the reasoning behind the problem.
Do what makes sense, common sense. Ninety percent of what we deal with is common sense. When we apply common sense to any problem, we will learn how to solve those problems. What we do about our problems and how we inspire ourselves to sort out our problems will always make a difference to the final-outcome.
Of course, in certain cases the cause of our problems aren’t always where the symptoms show up, but if we know how to fix the symptom, we fix the problem and that’s where common-sense comes in. If we are right in our assumptions, the problems we’re dealing with will always get fixed. It’s often our inability to understand the initial problem and how to fix it that causes problems to come back.
The little voice in our head allows us to fix our problems. I personally don’t get dressed without mine.