33 thoughts on “Cause and Effect

    • You honor me Chuck Lee. Thank you very much. (Just as a humorous side note, I recently came across some data on my wordpress that showed me how many words I averaged over the years…. where I used to write HUNDREDS of words per post, now it is very few. Yet I feel I say things more clearly.)

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  1. Very clever play on words Colleen. I think sometimes we all get tired, but the younger generation will take up the cause and hopefully remind us what matters.

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    • Why thank you Tric. 🙂

      Though I knew when I wrote it there would be a broader application to this, I actually wrote it in regards to the disinterest I often feel as a writer. But I KNEW it would apply to so much more. So I am curious to continue reading comments and see where this took people.

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      • Thank you Colleen…I think there are many people who always love to read and to ponder about your posts. All in life is a question of priorities…always less time to do all the things we want to do….this post I was more attracted bey your illustration, because I could not really follow your words….but in your picture I saw you, breathing in the pulsation of your surrounding, which made your own pulsation higher.

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    • Well, I suppose it depends on how each person reads this. I’ll copy here what I wrote to someone else so you can see why I wrote it:

      Though I knew when I wrote it there would be a broader application to this, I actually wrote it in regards to the disinterest I often feel as a writer. But I KNEW it would apply to so much more. So I am curious to continue reading comments and see where this took people.

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    • 🙂 . Lucky!

      I will share with you (also) what my meaning of this was…. 🙂

      Though I knew when I wrote it there would be a broader application to this, I actually wrote it in regards to the disinterest I often feel as a writer. But I KNEW it would apply to so much more. So I am curious to continue reading comments and see where this took people.

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          • I’m so sorry that you felt that way. I always look forward to reading what you have to write. If I only have time to read a handful of posts, yours is always one of them. You are an extremely gifted and talented writer. You touch so many lives. Glad it helped you get past the low. Keep on doing what you do. It is your purpose. Hugs from mars.

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    • Thank you Infinite. Often when I write something I really have a focus on what I ‘want’ it to mean. But this time I was well aware it would evoke different thoughts. Which intrigued me! And thank you about the drawing, I tried many different ways to show how a feeling could change.

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  2. I’m struggling with this one, Colleen. I have no sense of you being disinterested in anything. Maybe it’s really about resting an active and curious mind more than really being disinterested? I will say this, I may not have a good interpretation of this focus, but I personally found it very interesting and I’m not at all disinterested in your point of view. 🙂 LOL!

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