Boredom Quotes

In order to live free and happily you must sacrifice boredom. It is not always an easy sacrifice.
Richard Bach
Of course we can keep this going, in principle, forever. In practice we will keel over from exhaustion, boredom, or death.
David Adger, Core Syntax: A Minimalist Approach

My boredom threshold is low at the best of times but I have spent more time being slowly and excruciatingly bored by children than any other section of the human race.
William H. Borah
Boredom is the feeling that everything is a waste of time serenity, that nothing is.
Thomas Szasz
Boredom is a finicky creature, never around when you need it, and always popping up when you want it the least.
Lewis Ward
Jean paul friedrich richte - a scholar knows no boredom....

In the U. S. you have to be a deviant or exist in extreme boredom... Make no mistake all intellectuals are deviants in the U. S.
William Seward Burroughs
Johann von goethe - god could cause us considerable embarrassment by...
The chief product of an automated society is a widespread and deepening sense of boredom.
Cyril Northcote Parkinson
The presidency has many problems, but boredom is the least of them.
Richard Milhous Nixon
Boredom, after all, is a form of criticism.
William Phillips
Audacious ribald: your laughter will finish in hideous boredom before morning.
George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman
In love there are no vacations No such thing. Love has to be lived fully with its boredom and all that.
Marguerite Duras
The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.
Ellen Pa
I fell asleep reading a dull book and dreamed I kept on reading, so I awoke from sheer boredom.
Heinrich Heine
Bertrand russell - boredom is a vital problem for the moralist,...
Work saves us from three great evils boredom, vice and need.
Voltaire
A child of my own! Oh, no, no, no! Let my flesh perish with me, and let me not transmit to anyone the boredom and ignominiousness of life.
Gustave Flaubert
Work saves us from three great evils: boredom, vice and need.
Voltaire, Candide, 1759
One should only see a psychiatrist out of boredom.
Muriel Spark
Boredom is a sign of satisfied ignorance, blunted apprehension, crass sympathies, dull understanding, feeble powers of attention, and irreclaimable weakness of character.
James Bridie