if we create the drama in our lives to escape boredom and dullness. So many of our problems are self-created, and if we have had the dubious good fortune to get someone else to create a problem for us, we make sure we do our best to perpetuate it. Why end it and avoid the potential for excitement?
Surely the tedium of a perfect life would render such perfection useless, and how are we to appreciate perfection if not by contrast, so we create our problems, all of us, the reigning drama queens of our lives, and we entertain ourselves and others, our problems are our escape from a much bigger problem, monotony.
Which reminds me of one of those Ajit jokes. I loved those.