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Common sense is not a gift, it's a punishment. Because you have to deal with everyone who doesn't have it. 

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hmm u ri8




If common sense is punishment, then no one should have this punishment – means no one should have common sense. Someone who wrote above mentioned quote actually himself lacks common sense.

Islam me ilm seekhna or dosron ko sikhana bohat bari naiki hai, and the writer of the quote is trying to deny this basic principles of Islam.

Agree what you said about Principles of Islam. What Writer denying or doesn't, don't think what writer trying to deny/do . Just Take it in positive way. The quote doesn't means to stop helping or denying something. 

You agree to the principle of Islam still you are asking me to take a poorly narrated quote optimistically (due to its selection of words). The said philosopher intends to portray common sense as “punishment” while I consider it as a “blessing”.

The following thing is, if someone has common sense to kia wo isko qabar me le k jaye ga, ya phr apne ap ko dosron se afzal sabit kerne ki koshish kare ga? Nope janab, if Allah has granted us any blessing more than that others have, then we have religious obligation to give it to others in charity and never to take this teaching hard on us. A blessing cant ever be translated as punishment.

I agree some people are hard to learn common sense, but how about blaming my own self for not being able to teach someone. What about punishing ourself for this weakness?

weshy na BE Shil yeh common sense hoti kia hy hun ?? 

asha sholi :x 

ye wo hoti hy jo ap me ni hoti,,, :P just kidding dnt mind.

my dear i think u didn't got my point of view.  First u wrote in your comments that writer/quote deny Islamic principle/ or stopping help others ? but i cleared that writer and quote does't deny Islamic rules and not means to stop helping others ( your first confusing point is cleared now???) and i did't asked any thing.  (But again u start new seen about blessing and punishments ). my dear what u want to prove? who told/said u to take it in Islamic way? if u are taking in Islamic way than its clear writer and quote doesn't means to stop helping others or denying any rules principle of Islam or any other religion. (well i can fell its a punishment for me because its hard to deal with you.)

if you have common sense then you should know who doesn't have, and you should avoid to deal with them.Common sense 

had hy ...



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