“Burn Outs” for me as a young adult left tire rubber patches and smoke on the streets of downtown Evart! The excitement of showing yourself might surpass others who have come before you! Just for rationale, tires were cheaper back then, as was gasoline, the premium was 0.32 cents per gallon.
Today, “Burn Out” sometimes refers to those who have recently accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior, and want to tell everyone, which sometimes leads to the pain of rejection. While at other times, volunteers may try to fill all available positions in their church; this can lead to being overwhelmed or falling into one of the “burn out” phases of Christian life.