Why application of mind is not regarded as a sense? We all are aware that we have five senses and they are the senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Many will talk about a sixth sense which some may call as intuition and you must have heard many stories regarding the power of the extraordinary sixth sense of certain people. Now when we talk about sensible behaviour we mean that people must apply all their senses before acting. Is it really so? When somebody is behaving in a certain way that others feel not sensible enough can you pinpoint which of the senses she/he is not applying while behaving at that point of time? All the five senses are active but interestingly there is a lack in one thing due to which the behaviour seems not sensible. Its role is significant in all our actions but, unfortunately, that's not regarded as a sense. Can you say who is responsible for all our sensible actions? It's the mind. The mind has a great role which helps us to behave sensibly and we need to apply our minds to decide after the accumulation of information from the sensory organs. Then why the application of mind is not regarded as a sense?