Passion thrusts us to our highest possible emotional state, and then slowly fades, as a rainbow does from its peak moment of glory. As with most things so intense, the memory always lingers, and we long to feel it once more. In all great adventures, to feel deep passion can put you at risk. For whenever we soar to great heights, we also become vulnerable. With anything free and expressive, these emotions disturb those who are not experiencing it. This arouses their instincts to criticize and suppress as represented by the monk like figures foolishly disassembling a structure from the bottom.