Sunday, July 11, 2010

Common Sense = Prejudices

"Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen."
Albert Einstein

There are faults that we allow because they are logical and common sense. This is an example of how a bad action can be seen as good, and that there's no absolute true.
  1. Mixing milk with water
  2. Mixing flour and yeast to make bread
  3. Accepting or giving "payment" to correct a legal "fault"
  4. Drinking "juice powder" instead of natural fruits
  5. Forbidding abortion on EVERY possible situation.
  6. Cutting big trees because they interfere with power lines
  7. Keeping the extra-change mistake because they won't give it back if the mistake was ours.
  8. Not asking questions; but instead, either requesting or begging for answers.
Sadly, I see some of these topics as 'Necessary Prejudices' in some aspects too.

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