The most dangerous phrase in the English language

August 1, 2014 — 3 Comments

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3 responses to The most dangerous phrase in the English language

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    Common sense and everyday experiences are nice things to use when trying to make a point. It’s our use of it that is often flawed.

    Unfortunately they also become the very things we hid behind when we don’t want to face the truth about our own actions or decisions. Somehow it’s always somebody else that “has always done things a certain way” as the reasoning for resisting change or new ideas. It is never ourselves that have done things certain ways. We’re never the ones open to change or new ideas. Heaven forbid!

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