'Because' is used to introduce a word or phrase that stands for a clause expressing an explanation or reason.
Using the 'because' line of thought, we can often begin to figure out the cause and the effect, the 'why' and 'what'. Or the combination of action and reaction.
I prefer to think of the "cause and effect" in training horses and their humans, to be a combination of action and response.
My goal is to have my horses respond to my requests, not feel they need to react or escape. This strengthens the relationship and connection.
Notice the 'cause and effect' during interactions with your horses and human relationships.
Observe and change what you can to help the effect become a response and not a reaction!!