Greetings Happy People,
It comes to you without warning.
It strikes when you are doing nothing.
When you come across it, you will feel tired, slow, and sluggish.
If you were to see it, you would have no choice but to yawn at its presence.
What is this “it” I am talking about?
“It” is boredom.
At any given moment, boredom can hit any man, woman, child, and pet. It may look harmless, but it can be very dangerous.
People that live with any amount of boredom in their lives risk a chance of doing nothing!! They risk missing things and events that are considered fun. In addition, they are more than likely to miss something called life. People with high levels or boredom can pass this dull plague to other people causing them to be bored as well!!
In a given clinical research, five out of four doctors agree that boredom is the main cause of laziness, monotony, and the dreaded “ZZZZZ.” In the same research, these doctors also claim that without the right dosage of amusement, exuberance, and merriment, boredom can reach epic levels. In extreme cases, people can either be bored to tears or bored to death. Most people hope to choose the former instead of the latter.
Fortunately, there is a cure for this lethargic affliction. This simple yet action-oriented cure is four letters long and it can be done over and over again. This cure is known as a verb.
Verbs are known for breaking any walls of boredom that exists in one’s life. The more verbs people have in their lives, the happier they become. Whether it is to write, jump, eat, walk, dance, play, laugh, drive, sing, speak, or anything that involves action, verbs can cure any amount of full blown boredom. The more you do these verb-related items, the better off you are.
Life can be a lot better if people can break away from the dull effects of boredom. If you are one of those people that are suffering from the effects of boredom, feel free to do anything!! Who knows?? You might create a chain reaction of action for more people if you put these verbs in your life.
That is all I have for now. Take care and thank you for your time and attention.