There are times when we all must get bored. What do you think?

India
November 1, 2006 4:19am CST
I remember many occasions I used to be terribly bored when I was a kid, but now I recall those very same situations very clearly with nostalgia. What about you? Do you think getting bored is positive or negative?
3 responses
• India
2 Nov 06
I agree with you
• India
4 Nov 06
thanks mr.kutti.
@oriental (1051)
• Uruguay
2 Nov 06
Getting bored is negative. As an example, I don't like to be sitting for hours to get being examined by a physician. It's really boring. So I have decided that every time I must go to see the doctor I take a book or a magazine to read while I wait my turn.
• India
4 Nov 06
But oriental, dont you think that when you are bored, that is when you feel to the depths of your soul, and you really live within your soul. Whenever I get bored, I think about what else I could have done instead of wasting my time in a boring situation. I think being bored leads to real introspection, soul-searching.
@prasanta (1947)
• India
8 Nov 06
‘Getting bored’, I often listen this phrase from my friends and close people. To be very frank, I really do not understand what this exactly means! I cannot finish works of a day even after working from morning 6 o’ clock to night 1 o’ clock (I include responding to I-net related activities). I get sound sleep at night for 5 hours. When exactly should I be bored? I think those who are not working enough, it is a psychological problem for them. In my childhood too, at any unwanted situation, I used to sing loudly. Even today I do the same. So, no question of having been bored arises for me. Of course, I think getting bored is a sign of negative thinking. So many things are there in life, how can anyone be bored? If you have nothing to do, go and take a walk. See the plants, listen to the chirping of the birds.