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    I'm not one of those people that want to kill themselves or anything like that because personnally, I believe that those people are weak, but I can't help but sound a little depressed when I ask, 'why is life so boring?' I love living life and all that like school and I do have quite a few friends and am almost always happy about almost everything and I don't consider myself 'unmotivated' or anything like that. But whenever I finish doing anything really I can't help but think about it.

    Like, after I've finished a book or something I can only think of it as a distraction from humans realizing how boring their life truly is. If your still in school like I am you can't just go take a drive or really do anything on your own without asking your parents to go with you, and I really don't like my parents since I'm a teen and all. I've looked up this question before and they all say, 'learn an instrument' or take a walk and all that stuff but I'm talking about after that, what is there? My sister is always going on about how great her life is and I'm not jealous of it or anything but really she does the same thing over and over. I get bored so easily with the same routine and talking about the same things day after day and sitting through the same boring classes and the next year going through them again.

    But whenever I think about it, life just seems so boring so times. I just don't get the point of human life. If we're so high and mighty then what's our point? To distract ourselves with useless stories and pop music that doesn't have a melody or hanging out with friends and talking about the same things over and over again? That doesn't seem like a really good purpose to me...


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    It's been worse. As a toddler you were painfully conscious of every footstep, following your mother along the sidewalk. I'll bet the dull physical and mental chore of walking fed you up so bad you'd sometimes bellyflop in tears, to be carried.

    As you age, you develop autopilots and copilots, that free your conscious mind to wander even during dishes, conversations, sex. You'll watch your hands perform tasks, listen to your voice entertain friends. You'll begin to "forget" what you did a minute ago, because you weren't paying attention.

    AFAIK only repetition builds automatic function. Maybe others know shortcuts?


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    If we're so high and mighty then what's our point?
    Perhaps that's the problem.

    For myself I think life is rather amazing...not so much human life as just another animal, but the remarkable tapestry of life that surrounds us from microscopic in a drop of pond water, to the hundreds of species I'll only see on my knees looking in a treestump, to the Gray Whales now making thier way along my coastline which I hope to see from cliff side this weekend. A thousand years wouldn't be enough time to persue my interest.

    Try approaching life from an entirely different angle--learning something new, make a close friend or imerse yourself in nature--there are many ways to break the boredom (what ever that is...lol).
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    Perhaps life seems boring at present, nyx, because from the sound of your post, you are presently at a time and stage in life where your basic needs are being met yet you do not have any appreciable autonomy to make larger decisions. Interestingly, the last time that I can recall being bored was when I was a teenager also, and still living at home.

    Once I had moved out on my own and was fully responsible for providing my own income, keeping a roof over my head and my stomach filled, I was never 'bored' again, lol. There was always something that needed attending to and by then socializing and friendships begin to take on a different level of scrutiny as one begins to contemplate the possibility of a relationship.

    I would suggest that your boredom has a significant chance of being just a passing phase and that someday soon you may look back and contemplate that boredom was actually a luxury that you wouldn't mind experiencing again once you've encountered life's full frantic pace.

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    You chatted with me elier and told me to stop thinking about suicide... Now you say ppl like me are weak... A real nice way to keep me form. Suicide... Really nice... (Sarcasm here)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyx View Post
    Like, after I've finished a book or something I can only think of it as a distraction from humans realizing how boring their life truly is. If your still in school like I am you can't just go take a drive or really do anything on your own without asking your parents to go with you, and I really don't like my parents since I'm a teen and all. I've looked up this question before and they all say, 'learn an instrument' or take a walk and all that stuff but I'm talking about after that, what is there? My sister is always going on about how great her life is and I'm not jealous of it or anything but really she does the same thing over and over. I get bored so easily with the same routine and talking about the same things day after day and sitting through the same boring classes and the next year going through them again.

    But whenever I think about it, life just seems so boring so times. I just don't get the point of human life. If we're so high and mighty then what's our point? To distract ourselves with useless stories and pop music that doesn't have a melody or hanging out with friends and talking about the same things over and over again? That doesn't seem like a really good purpose to me...
    I would say it is because we have no purpose. We are just here. What we do while we are here is mostly for our own desires.

    I'm uhhh a little tiny bit older than you are... (cough) and yet, I still know exactly what you mean. I get tired, too, of some of the humdrum things I must do everyday. An example is- brushing your teeth. Every day. If you don't, they rot.
    So, you do it. Again and again, day after day. I'm not so often bored... But I still get that feeling when I have to do something that just seems so... human. Civilized. Society based or biology based.
    Excitement doesn't come from reading a book, though it very well can seem that way.
    It doesn't come from brushing your teeth, going to classes, or getting up in the morning. It doesn't come from meeting a girl, nor from getting an "A' in a math class or even from everyone cheering your name. All of these things are just the enablers.

    It comes from fulfillment.

    A lack of fulfillment means- you will be bored.

    Fulfillment is when you're excited about what you read in a book or the accomplishment of learning an instrument. It is what happens when you succeed in wooing said girl, above. It comes from achieving your own purpose- of your choosing.

    I would speculate that you're not feeling very fulfilled with your life. Maybe you need to ignore the suggestions handed out by others who are fulfilled by things that are different from your desires. Focus on what it is that you want out of life. For example: Do you want to be an astronaut?
    Yeah, good luck with that. Change what you wanna be.

    What?

    That's really hard to do!

    Eh, you see my point. Fulfillment could be something amazing, like the life of Neil Armstrong. But it can also be something quite simple, like a hermit living out in the boonies.
    Your life is not fulfilling, right now. But the power is in your hands to make it that way, not only in a moment, but for decades to come. To think far ahead- what you will be in twenty years. You do not need a divine purpose to have purpose. Choose whatever you WANT. Strive for it- and in striving, you can see immediate results, as well. And if you choose wisely, you can find something that can drive you today; fulfill you tomorrow.

    But also pick a back up plan... because ummmm...

    Like I said... becoming an astronaut is really, really freaking hard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pong View Post
    You'll watch your hands perform tasks, listen to your voice entertain friends.
    I've noticed this autopilot take over more frequently, and it's slightly depressing. It's almost as if you're drifting through the day, half-asleep, not really taking in your surroundings and the present moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyx View Post
    I'm not one of those people that want to kill themselves or anything like that because personnally, I believe that those people are weak
    Now there's a statement from someone relatively inexperienced in life's vicissitudes.
    If only we all had the luxury of believing that...
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    I think the movie "Groundhog Day" covers it pretty well. For most people, a purpose in life involves trying to make life better for other people they care about. Sounds corny, I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beefpatty View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Pong View Post
    You'll watch your hands perform tasks, listen to your voice entertain friends.
    I've noticed this autopilot take over more frequently, and it's slightly depressing. It's almost as if you're drifting through the day, half-asleep, not really taking in your surroundings and the present moment.
    Until finally all one can say is, "Good afternoon, gentlemen. I am a HAL-9000 computer..."

    Seriously I don't mind my actions taken over by these automatic subroutines, if they're good at what they do. I'm free to think at great lengths, about... not just sex. What bugs the wandering part of my mind is getting paralyzed by 1980s soft-rock played at it, over and over again by some twerpy inner DJ. Why does music in particular propagate unbidden into consciousness?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyx View Post
    Why is life so boring?
    Because you are doing it wrong!

    Firstly: find things you like to do and do them more.
    Secondly: find things you have to do and make them more fun.
    If you have to do something dull (like cleaning the car) make it more interesting: get a friend to come and help/talk to you. Put some music on. Take pride in your work. Have a water fight with your friend. Anything and everything that will make it less boring.

    Certainly, a lot of the things we have to do in life are crap. As the old adage says: "You can't polish a turd." But you can roll it in glitter.

    There is also a lot of time left over for doing fun things: get a hobby...or six.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nyx View Post
    Why is life so boring?
    Because you are doing it wrong!
    Lol ^

    Regardless, I have been depressed and suicidal for some times in my life.. When I just sat there and said: "I have nothing else to do.." I was just merely bored, lol..

    Most of the depressing things happen to me is because of my own fault.. I tend to be anti-social since the society I live in is just the almost complete opposite of what a good society might be defined as.. My advice for everyone who's depressed or suicidal is to find a permanent life-goal, I have my own and it helps me
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    I find that I get a bit depressed when I get too comfortable.

    The best trick for me was to break out of routines and do something unexpected. Like move from Indiana to Oregon and take up snowboarding.
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    Getting out of Indiana is always a step in the right direction.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Take flying lessons, scuba diving lessons, try skiing, backpacking,get a metal detector & go treasure hunting, try amateur radio, kayaking or canoeing, trips, take bicycle trips, try wood working, buy an old car & restore it, get a girl friend, and when you get old enough join the Marines. Spend less time on the computer or TV.All of these have kept me from getting bored for 64 years and I still have more fun things to do than I have time for. HOPE THIS HELPS.
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    It is rather interesting that we call boring but in reality it is just that there isn't much needed to be done with most of our time except to just chill out and enjoy doing nothing at all. By being sedate and quiet and just counting the stars at night or raindrops on the window pane we can pass the time without always having to do something envigorating but instead just being relaxed.

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    As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons.
    Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story.
    Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit.
    If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter;
    for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.
    Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
    Keep interested in your career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.
    Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery.
    But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals;
    and everywhere life is full of heroism.
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    Especially, do not feign affection.
    Neither be critical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.
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    You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars;
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    and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul.
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    I don't know if this matters, but has anyone noticed that nyx hasn't posted anything since the op of this thread, and has not logged in since 2/21? Should we be concerned for nyx's welfare, or assume he/she was a fly by poster who will likely never be back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    I don't know if this matters, but has anyone noticed that nyx hasn't posted anything since the op of this thread, and has not logged in since 2/21? Should we be concerned for nyx's welfare, or assume he/she was a fly by poster who will likely never be back?
    I pay attention to such details also, seagypsy, and by the way it is very nice to see you posting once again.

    nyx did not put any details into their profile page and there have been a few new posters that have signed up, made a post or two and then no follow up. The forum has been a bit slow of late, especially the chatbox and I think that it may be too slow paced for some of the posters who are used to social media and texting. Just my guess in this matter...
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    That's strange. I wonder why things slowed down. Probably just the rhythm of things I guess. Slowness like everything else in the world is not permanent though.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    There are rhythms related to weekends, semester and school breaks, statutory holidays, tax season, income flow, weather and the like. We are heading into spring break as well as the season of the 'birds and the bees', lol...

    It's not only the Maple and Birch trees that respond to the increasing hours of daylight in the northern hemispere. The sap will soon be rising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    There are rhythms related to weekends, semester and school breaks, statutory holidays, tax season, income flow, weather and the like. We are heading into spring break as well as the season of the 'birds and the bees', lol...

    It's not only the Maple and Birch trees that respond to the increasing hours of daylight in the northern hemispere. The sap will soon be rising.
    "sap" huh? so that's what they call it these days? it is so hard to keep up with teenagers and their newfangled slang mongolification of the English language.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    I wonder why things slowed down.
    Because life is boring!

    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    "sap" huh? so that's what they call it these days? it is so hard to keep up with teenagers and their newfangled slang mongolification of the English language.
    Um, that particular metaphor is very likely (much) older than you...
    It goes back to (at least) Sonnet V from ol' Bill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    I wonder why things slowed down.
    Because life is boring!

    Quote Originally Posted by seagypsy View Post
    "sap" huh? so that's what they call it these days? it is so hard to keep up with teenagers and their newfangled slang mongolification of the English language.
    Um, that particular metaphor is very likely (much) older than you...
    It goes back to (at least) Sonnet V from ol' Bill.
    Perhaps the expression but I doubt my interpretation of it is lol.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    I would posit that life is not boring, but the person who thinks life is boring is, in fact, boring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyx View Post
    I'm not one of those people that want to kill themselves or anything like that because personnally, I believe that those people are weak
    People like that aren't able to feel happy. It's because their brains don't produce serotonin or dopamine much, or sadness neurotransmitters. Their raphe nuclei, ventral tegmental area, substantia nigra pars compacta, hypothalamus, locus coeruleus, and lateral tegmental field are weak, not the people. (Yes I did look those up.)
    I'm still in school too, and I know how boring it is. It gets really repetitive. Work probably will be repetitive too. I also have ADD, which contributes to boredom. I used to get bored all the time, then I found a hobby I really like. I don't get bored much anymore. Try finding a hobby if you don't have one. What it should be depends on you.
    You don't have many choices as a teen, but once you're an adult you will have more decisions to make than you'll want. Then you'll retire and probably have less decisions to make than you want.
    One thing I like about school is when we get off topic (ADD). Once we talked about how people tend to make problems for themselves when their lives are going perfectly. That's definetly true for me. There's no way to be happy with this attitude. If your life is bad, obviously you're unhappy. If your life is good, you're unhappy because you're bored. The key is to have as much fun with achieving as possible, to remember how life was when you weren't achieving, and to know that achieving will improve your life as time continues. Try keeping a log/journal of what you did each day, so you can remember those two key ideas, and give life more of a point.
    I miss being a little kid, when everything was fun. I try to act immature and mature at the same time. For example, I doodle "ba the imperfect sheep" from latin class on my planner, to keep me more interested in homework.
    Useless stories and music might be pointless, but then everything is pointless. It makes us happy, which the main point of life. Not that it's a good idea to do drugs, look at the long term. You need to make things have a point.
    What's the point of posting on this forum? What's the point of playing games? I ask those questions all the time too, but it seems like I'm a little kid asking "Why?" to every single question. It might be better to do other things than talking about the same thing with your friends over and over, but that's better than doing nothing.
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    We all have a choice. We can sit back and wait for life to happen to us. And be bored while waiting. Or we can take charge of our lives and be the one that happens.
    Speaking badly about people after they are gone and jumping on the bash the band wagon must do very well for a low self-esteem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post

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    "sap" huh? so that's what they call it these days? it is so hard to keep up with teenagers and their newfangled slang mongolification of the English language.
    Um, that particular metaphor is very likely (much) older than you...
    It goes back to (at least) Sonnet V from ol' Bill.
    Dywyddyr, sometimes you post the most intriguing things.
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    I guess it's better to have intriguing things come up than sap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scheherazade View Post
    Dywyddyr, sometimes you post the most intriguing things.
    Hmm, not sure if that's complimentary or not. Since it implies that, at other times, I don't post anything intriguing.

    Regardless thank/ blame my lepidopterous failure to acknowledge boundaries and the fading remnants of genius...
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