An article written by Lee Sonogan
Virtuous people often revenge themselves for the constraints to which they submit by the boredom which they inspire. – Confucius
Coming back to the topic of boredom, I have already spoken about it in this poem > https://ungroovygords.com/2019/02/16/never-bored/. People speak of this term but never explain there plan to what is on the other side of boredom. Productive capacity for doing nothing is very different than complaining about not being able to be entertained. Desperately distracting your self is no solution to your situation only makes it worse.
Personally, been explained the importance of socializing to keep and calm and sane mind, why is it that I am most bored around other people? Vigorously living through others steals positive energy needed you can not produce yourself. Individuals containing constant contemplation is a process where the reigniting circle never stops. It is not a perfect motion although similar to meditation, this discipline in my experience is very powerful for self-growth and general life acceptance of the world-changing every day.
Paraphrasing thoughts I have put into my body of work in various of ways where it is the last privilege of a free mind. Leaning into boredom is my humble opinion is a character flaw and cringe to those who are mostly content. Boredom questions time plus an example of hitting rock bottom. This moment is not meant for something fun when boredom speaks to you, commitment to a rhapsody of action is the only answer.
The root of all evil is boredom implemented by the lack of meaning and purpose. The furthest thing from the authenticity of thy self which challenges the concept of identities. Dying of exhaustion literally than convince boring behaviour as a norm. For me, the opposite of happiness is not an emotion but boredom. Anyone who spreads rage thin or wide or is too emotional to accept logic forward is a lost cause doomed to repeat their own personal hell.
There’s no excuse to be bored. Sad, yes. Angry, yes. Depressed, yes. Crazy, yes. But there’s no excuse for boredom, ever. – Viggo Mortensen