Does Boredom mean that I am too stupid to find something fulfilling to do? Or does it mean that all the tasks I could possibly do aren't fulfilling enough? Maybe it just means I have got enough routine. But even routine is boring. Maybe I am simply not content enough with my life. But maybe I don't really know that there is plenty of things to do, that are beyond me at this point in time.
Boredom - LOG #6
The thing is, when a teenager gets bored. He goes out somewhere, or he listens to Music, or he watches TV, or he plays the Playstation. I can't think of anywhere meaningful to go in suburban London right now. I feel like I've listened to most of the music out there and if I listen to new music 95% of it doesn't do it for me. Watching TV and gaming just feel unproductive and eventually get boring.
I need something to take me away. Something that truly grasps my attention and my emotions and my creativity.
Perhaps I will write that novel I've wanted to write for a while now. Hopefully it will encapsulate the events of last August, when I went inter-railing around Europe with two friends.