by Girlinshadows (Theheroiccouplet)
Passion will always run out. We are always passionate about something we hope for. When we finally get it, and realize it’s nothing like we expected, we stop being passionate; the excitement goes away. This stands for everything, whether it’s a person, an art, a job…passion never stays. “We crave what we can’t have” and the more we can’t have it, the more we want it, the more we want to know about it, the more passionate we are about it. That’s where passion stems from. However, if you finally get it, learn more about it, and you realize, it’s really not how you thought it would be, that’s where the passion runs out. You finally perceive you only liked the idea of this something/someone. And then you start seeing it as something revolting, sickening. You get bored of it, deep inside you just hate that it doesn’t reach your expectations, but you’ll convince yourself it’s just disgusting and tiring. That’s where passion leads to.