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I have a theory that as a human race everything we do is based on our discomfort with boredom. That is why people read books, watch television, listen to music, and even interact with friends and family. These are things that help us pass the time of our lives. Most people only think about boredom as physically, being mundane or inactive, but boredom is also mental. This is proven to be true because, even when you have a good thought in your head you do not feel bored, it is only once you are content with your thoughts that you start to feel bored. Pretend like your life is on a graphing chart. The absolute 0 of boredom is when you go to sleep. After we wake up, we go up on the chart and coast. All day, as a being, we try to reach high points on our boredom chart. People must remember though, we are going to come back down on the chart after whatever it is that got us up on the chart is over. So you should be mindful of what things you do just to fill your boredom or Idle Time.
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by on September 27, 2016
- AuthorHouse, September 2011
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