Below are just some metals in descending order of reactivity. The most reactive being Potassium and the least reactive, Gold.
The more unstable an element is, the more reactive it is and when it does react it forms compounds with strong bonds.
You didn’t think this was a quick Chemistry revision did you?
There you go.
There are people who are prone to having violent outbursts
They explode if I may say
They blow things out of proportion
They are fond of fashioning tempests in teapots
There you have it. They are unstable. They could have insecurity gnawing at their existence on a daily; they could feel like they are a little too much or just not enough at all, they could be defeated by their demons…
You naaame it
They could be going through a lot and their inability to keep their tempers in check could result in them taking out all their frustrations on you, the innocent bystander who is far from being the cause of their anguish.
So it’s quite alright to tell yourself “It’s not me, it’s you, K.”
(I hope you got that pun. K is the chemical symbol for Potassium and Potassium is the most reactive metal)
Gold on the other hand is stable, is relatively unreactive. It does not tarnish and by the way it’s really pricy.
Some people are Gold, they are reliable and are able to remain composed for the most part and they are precious.
and unfortunately they are few and far between.
This is just an analogy, I have no bone to pick with the Periodic Table.
You’ll never find the reactive elements in their pure form unless they’ve been kept under oil (this restricts reactions) they are found only in compounds and extracting them is quite a complicated process.
(Electrolysis. I’m not explaining any further than that.)
This just shows you how dependent the unstable people are, they can’t stand without something or someone to lean on. Alone, they can barely face the world.
It’s no walk in the park, but, let’s work towards being stable.
Wouldn’t life here be more bearable if everyone strived towards being Gold.
Au. That’s so sweet.