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Project 366 2020 – WEEK 24

Bismillah Hir Rahman Ir Raheem

Peace be upon you all

Sunday, 7th June

Did you wonder how I piped the frosting on the cupcakes? I used the tools shown above; a pump used to push out the frosting through the nozzle and multiple nozzles of different shapes and patterns for different styles of frosting.

Monday, 8th June

What makes us feel like a certain act is rewarding or punishing? It is which part of the limbic system is stimulated. If one is stimulated, we experience reward and same for punishment. Also, we tend to remember experiences that give us reward or punishment more than which give us nothing. Think about it…..

Tuesday, 9th June

Here’s my updated breakfast for the day, with the addition of my cupcake and mango milkshake.

Wednesday, 10th June

My mother wanted to try out a homemade hair oil from Nani’s Hair Oil. I’ll try it out soon and see how it is. According to her, the hair should turn out thick and shiny. I’m not a good critic so any improvement I notice in my hair is enough for me.

Thursday, 11th June

Electricity had gone for about 16 hours today; all night till 5pm in the evening. I couldn’t sleep all night as the fan and air conditioner weren’t working and the neighbor’s goat bleating all night. In the day time, we went on the drive to use the car’s air conditioner to cool off and take the dogs out on a drive. Here’s a snap of Margalla road.

Friday, 12th June

The basal ganglia in our brain helps with initiation, progression and climax of our movements, and also with perception. For example, the basal ganglia will help you determine what you see here. So, what do you see in this picture?

Saturday, 13th June

I’ve come across another thought-provoking statement in the book I’m reading which I’ve finished today. Here’s the translation of the statement:

“We tend to do this; we judge people based on our assumptions. We’re not even ready to accept that if we can change after doing wrong, other people can learn from their mistakes as well. The doors of repentance don’t have only one person’s name written on them.”

Alif By Umera Ahmed

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15 replies on “Project 366 2020 – WEEK 24”

Some very interesting studies of yours this week. I wouldn’t have thought there was a part of the body related to reward and punishment, but it make sense that there is. I see a duck in the photo, despite the fact that I love rabbits!
It must have been horrible to be without electricity for all that time and to feel so hot.

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Cupcakes and mango milkshake for breakfast sounds wonderful! I can see both duck/rabbit in the drawing. I used to enjoy looking at this kind of images, when I was a child. They’re fascinating. Sorry to hear about the lack of electricity, I guess the bleating goat was annoying.

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It must have been horrendous without the electric and air conditioning for so long! No wonder you went for a drive just to have a blast of air con!
I’ve tried piping cupcakes before but I am shocking, I need a steadier hand and to concentrate! πŸ˜‰ Hope you are having a lovely week! Sim x

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I have a kit somewhere like that. Should find it for the girls to use. Love mango lassi…craving it now

16 hours without electricity…that would stress me out. In fact even a couple of hours used to stress me out whenever it went when we visit.

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Some very interesting studies this week. I didn’t know there was a part of the body related to reward and punishment, interesting. It must have been horrible to be without electricity for all that time and to feel so hot. Hugs x

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I’m loving the thought-provoking statements you’re sharing each week – they are certainly good things to think about and reflect on. I saw a duck first and then saw it as a rabbit in that picture. Is there any meaning behind which of the two you see first? #project366

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I always think of reward and punishment as being “man-made” notions, so it was interesting to learn that there’s a part of the body that works in the same way. I can see a duck and a rabbit, but I’ve seen this one before ! Love the look of your breakfast – yum ! Eeek for the power cut – hope your freezer didn’t defrost ! :-0

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