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Daily Lift #1140

Make It Interesting

A person who is able to find fascination in all aspects of living and gaining knowledge is fortunate.

Boredom is distressful.

What are the most monotonous tasks you have to do? There are always creative ways to make things more interesting. Recall some of the ways that you have used to make potentially boring tasks more interesting. Let this be a guide for the future.

(For a series of probing questions on this topic, see Rabbi Pliskin's "Gateway to Self Knowledge,"pp.139-41)

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Visitor Comments: 1

(1) mysteries, April 15, 2011 8:38 PM

After a while everything becomes boring. One has to enliven everthing that one does or else is stays mundane. Mundane is safe, regular and constant but does not give more. One always has to meet one's own requirements for making everything interesting otherwise it does not fulfill ones' needs. Taking a rational style is a sensible way of dealing with issues.

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