There are some questions of mine,
unsaid and unheard of,
one fine day they too shall be asked.
The world is enchanted with the whims and fancies of portrayal. Yet, despite the magnitude of understanding between people, the majority are labelled on the basis of their characteristics. Some are termed as funny and some an introvert. While the world happens to be a funny place, there are a few that enjoy being labelled as “boring”.
The boringbug was formulated as a personal- social experiment to connote the negative thoughts that were hurled at me during my youth and to convert the same into a source of positivity and knowledge. A word that would dissuade majority, it has come a long way in establishing itself as something more than a categorically boring thought.
Although, the road to growth is not unilateral. The world today offers multiple methods to do so, needless to say, “the boringbug” aims to provide an enriching experience in all its form. This resource from my formative experience(s). Something that has made me receptive to different ideologies, beliefs and ways of life.
Born and brought up in a reclusive desert, my earliest of experiences consist of being surrounded by books. While my generation wandered into fairy tales, I was influenced by caricatures and habitual reading under the moonlight. In fact, it is only through the lens of the Indian heritage and diversity’ that I was able to appreciate and accept global diversity at a young age. Therewith, the penchant to outgrow the label ‘boring’ brought me into the world of blogging. Hence resulting in “The Boringbug”.
Although the purpose has been ongoing for a while, I aim to learn and interact with everyone to the best of my ability and conscience. Hope, we’ll get along just like words and wisdom do.
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