[anonymous]5y1

That's about twice as long as I can last, though I only started about a month ago. I find that my problem isn't boredom so much as worrying about the day's to do list while trying not to think, though. I'm not sure if I'd be bored if I had nothing more pressing to do at the time; is your boredom actually boredom or just the desire to do something else? Actually, is there a difference?

It feels like psychic pain from boredom. Some people claim that meditation reduces your need for sleep by an amount greater than what you put into meditation so perhaps you could think of meditation as a way of saving time.

Stupid Questions July 2015

by Gondolinian 1 min read1st Jul 2015123 comments

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This thread is for asking any questions that might seem obvious, tangential, silly or what-have-you. Don't be shy, everyone has holes in their knowledge, though the fewer and the smaller we can make them, the better.

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