When things turn sour.

As time passes by, an item’s value decreases.

Depreciation of value over time.

As you are exposed to the same stimuli over a long period of time, you are not gaining any more than before.

This is what I’ve learned from Economics and the Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility.

These are both almost applicable to every aspect in life, whether it may be in material objects, events, relationships, friendships and even families.

Once time passes by, you will find lesser value in it (object, person, event) , you get tired, you give up, or you care less.

And once you are overexposed in a situation repetitively, you only gain lesser than before.

So what’s my point?

Maybe I shouldn’t even bother saying it again. It might only lose its value and essence.


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