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Causes lead to effects … past, present, future … from a banana bread perspective

 Cause and effect,
past to present to future
from the perspective of  baking  banana bread

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from Kathy…
I  find it helpful to continue to reflect on “cause and effect”
and the implications of cause-effect in daily life…
realizing that cause-effect dynamic really does exist,
becoming more aware of my own intentions and motivations
learning to restrain more often from doing  “less positive” actions
(not adding  hot pepper sauce to that banana bread dough)
and to make more positive choices
( use good quality ingredients, measure carefully)
ahhh…banana bread….
causes lead to effects
so to choose carefully

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causes lead to effects wisdom

 

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Each loaf of banana bread,
( or any object, thought or feeling )
comes out of dozens, hundreds, thousands of preceding “causes”…
some “causes”  may be more obvious and apparent,
other contributing “causes” might be far more subtle and difficult to realize.

And so to keep this in mind,
not only to become more aware of effects we’re constantly creating,
but to have more awareness and understanding
of how  “effects”  are evolving out of  a multitude of contributing causes,
not separate from those causes ,
an underlying interdependence among them all

 

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2 responses

  1. Wow, who knew banana bread could offer so many insights into the past, present and future?? As well as being delicious!

    Cat

    October 19, 2013 at 7:47 pm

  2. Perfect combination….delicious food and learning important “lessons” at the same time… Cause and effect= me eating too much banana cake and gaining weight! 🙂 ( I lack restraint with desserts)
    Jampa is an excellent baker, and cook….his banana bread (he calls it cake) is delicious! His pavalova is yummy too! We’d never heard of Pav until he baked one for us….Wow!!! yummmmmmmy! http://pocketperspectives.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/sweet-and-delicious-a-summertime-treat/

    October 19, 2013 at 8:47 pm

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