Life is a learning process. The level of eagerness when doing something new is remarkable, however, the enthusiasm declines with every additional effort. The more you do them, the more they change. Remember the first time you had boarded an airplane? Your excitement would have been at an exponential level altogether.
And now when the number goes to twenty-first times, it’s a no big deal for you. That’s how things change the more you do them. The economic law of marginal utility applies to it without a shadow a doubt. These posters show daily life activities that change as you do them more often. Your keenness reduces tremendously and its significance is limited.