Boredom Is A Figment Of Your Imagination

I’ve always been a day-dreamer. By journaling or writing down my ideas, I’ve been able to create and manifest amazing ideas.

My youngest son Josh used his incredibly amazing imagination to daydream constantly. Putting him in a corner in “time-out” was not a punishment for him as he would use this time to create stories and scenarios and act them out to himself and his imaginary friends. It also meant he didn’t have to do any chores for that period of time. He loved “time-out”!

What about for you? Do you use your imagination to distract you? Do you use your powers of creative thought to design new concepts, construct new structures, formulate new plans, or produce new ideas? I know I do.

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