Boredom, anger, sadness, or fear are not ‘yours,’ not personal. They are conditions of the human mind. They come and go. Nothing that comes and goes is you. Eckhart Tolle
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Around my neighborhood if you were to ask someone how they were doing the reply would be one word, “bored”. I can imagine this would hold true in any neighborhood in any corner of the world.
There is only so many games of cards you can play, reading books is at a standstill because the library is closed, television has become tiresome trying to keep away from the cable tv.
I do not handle boredom that well I become antsy and uptight. I just don’t have any idea left on what I can do around my house. Cooking is at a minimum because eating too much seems to put on the pounds.
My dog Natalie is usually good for a laugh or two. Nice to have sit by me and just cuddle on the couch while I am reading a Kindle edition of a book.
So, the list is too long to count the number of different emotions I have during any twenty-four hour period. I wonder how others are coping with this dreaded thing called “boredom”!
I just need some spice in my life at this moment. Somebody pass the salt!