The article “Why waiting is torture” on Monday was an eye opener. It has never occurred to me that much of our complaints about delays whether in our flight or in waiting for our baggage at the airport is psychological in nature rather than an essence of time.
After reading the article, I agree that our feeling of drudgery is mainly caused not by any delay in something but because we have not occupied our idle time with something to do.
Waiting for our flights at the airport, we can see that many people who are just sitting idly feel the boredom than those who are busy with their laptops or enjoying the conversation among themselves.
Ali Khan, Jeddah