Subscribe: Comments on SerandEz & Friends: Common Sense
http://serandez.blogspot.com/feeds/1297339983344798507/comments/default
Preview: Comments on SerandEz & Friends: Common Sense

Comments on SerandEz and Friends: Common Sense





Updated: 2013-06-25T09:05:38.343-04:00

 



G - Valid point, but I think there are different l...

2008-05-20T16:22:00.000-04:00

G - Valid point, but I think there are different levels of common sense. As to it not being common enough... sad but true.

Jack - Like a week now! :)

SMM - True true...



As G said, common sense is not too common. Someti...

2008-05-20T13:32:00.000-04:00

As G said, common sense is not too common. Sometimes it seems a wonder to me that some people are actually able to get up in the morning, tie their shoes and go about their daily lives considering how much they lack simple, common sense



Nice to see the return of the round up.

2008-05-20T13:07:00.000-04:00

Nice to see the return of the round up.



Also, common sense is far too often not all that c...

2008-05-20T10:22:00.001-04:00

Also, common sense is far too often not all that common...more is the pity.



My comment @ WBM:You don’t have to give up your co...

2008-05-20T10:22:00.000-04:00

My comment @ WBM:

You don’t have to give up your common sense to be an Orthodox Jew.

Well…yes and no.

Let’s be honest, there are plenty of things that you/me/we would never think of calling into question that anybody who actually thought about it for a minute would say go against common sense.
This clearly applies to those things that fall within the area of “’cause the Torah tells me to, I do that too”. Additionally, there are those things which common sense would dictate we think twice about yet we don’t “’cause I’m a Jew, I do that too”.

So is it any wonder that there are people who find it hard to draw that very thin line between when we act on common sense and when we do not?