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Most of us dread it, but the outgoing president has shown us why it’s a mistake to think that boredom is always to be avoidedBoredom is arguably the b

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Most of us dread it, but the outgoing president has shown us why it’s a mistake to think that boredom is always to be avoided

Boredom is arguably the biggest outcome of lockdown. I don’t suffer from it as I can always default to worrying myself into a frantic state about something or other. And terror is never boring, I will say that for it. Boredom is generally regarded as a bad thing, and I have often taken it as saying more about the character of a bored person than the boringness of their situation.

But now I am wondering if we need to embrace boredom a bit more. Professionally, as journalists, we dread boredom. This can lead us into an awful place where bad or even terrible news reaching us can feel darkly thrilling or at least better than the worst thing of all: plain boring.

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