Here is an excerpt.
I remember as a young boy during the doldrums of summer I would walk around the house aimlessly. I would make my rounds through the house desperately looking for something fun or exciting to do. Then I would venture outside in search of adventure. Often times it felt like I came up empty. Eventually my mom would say, “you’re bored aren’t you?” And without hesitation I would agree.
What does it mean to be bored in the traditional sense verses this "new" boredom that many are expressing?
Over the next couple of weeks I will be writting about this issue of bored. I will explore different perspectives of boredom and what I see as the ultimate issue at hand. I hope that you will join me in the discussion!
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