Its actually funny... the things that one comes to think amongst silence or boredom. Its like when these conditions arise, things in the phisical world must be subtle enough to get ones attention, in order to ignite something. And once you pick up on that one thing, that rises an unimaginable chain of thoughts. It unleashes the imagination into something that could be called a daydream.
Now, the one thing that triggers this reaction cannot be subtle enough to be impossible to percept, it cannot be neutral. It must, in some level, be in either negative or positive interest to the person. The value of te object to the person will greatly influence the process, or daydream, as will the person's personality and inner fancies. If the reaction to the "trigger" is negative, then odds are that the trigger or something related to it will constitute an antagonist in the daydream, for the "dreamer" will almost always be the protagonist.
This almost inconditional egocentric aproach is due to selfish human nature. However, I will not be getting into this subject because it would better fit a whole different article.
In an attempt to organize ideas, I will break down what I have propossed thus far into different subjects. Who knows? Maybe this will end up being a book rather than an unfinished product of ephemeral boredom.
The first "pieace" shall be what I have reffered to as the trigger. The trigger is simply that one thing that, in the midst of exterior inactivity, captures one's attention, even if one doesn't realise this...
*what follows is a chain of examples in which I use myself as a subject. This, however, is not yet ready to be posted. Excuse any dissapointment and thank you for reading*