Boredom as Dis-ease
There are no psychiatric diagnostics nor classification codes for a state called boredom.
Our world is filled with wonders, horrors, and every shade of the rainbow in between; logically there could be near infinite ways to engage the mind interactively given the vast stimuli available to the human mind.
Thus, why would anyone ever be bored? It is simply illogical except if one examines the feeling of boredom through an analytical lens.
Boredom = not understanding or perceiving the vast range of potentials dwelling within our mind-body that exist no matter what our intelligence level, social status or education.
Boredom = a semi-paralyzing depression that dampens motivation to explore, expand, and create.
Boredom = a passive-aggressive stance towards oneself and others akin to a stubborn mule that sits on its hind legs and refuses to budge. It bespeaks of an unwillingness to give of oneself to the collective.
Boredom = a state of numbness born from a stressor that has not been brought to conscious awareness and liberated.
Boredom = a feeling of isolation from the world that feeds on itself, leading to further disengagement and deadening of the senses.
The next time you or someone close to you feels bored, try looking into the mirror of self to find the blockage. Once uncovered, perhaps that deadened state will morph into life-affirming activity once again.