Gen 2:7, Psa 104:29, Ecc 12:7, Ecc 9:5, 6, 10, Psa 115:17, Job 14:12-15, Psa 146:4, Joh 11:25, Joh 6:54, Joh 20:17, Acts 2:29, Rom 6:23, 1Co 15:20-26 and 51-57, Isa 26:19, 1Th 4:16, Luk 21:8, 2Co 11:14-15, 2Pe 3:10-12, Rev 3:3, Rev 2:11, Rev 22:12,
Look up these references for the state of the dead. Then:)
If you read the description of eternal activities in the OT, we will be learning new things all the time. And for you science buffs who hang in there until the 1000 years are over, you'll have a ball, no matter what branch of science you prefer. We will also be gardeners like Adam and Eve before the fall. Their method of working the soil involved no sweat of the brow. We will travel from planet to planet and see the "other worlds" and the people in them. We will walk and talk with the angels that were with us throughout our lifetime and throughout the lifetimes of our ancestors. We can ask all the patriarchs, prophets, and people of the Bible - who made it to eternity - any questions we've been storing up for years. Imagine the oysters that made the pearls for the gates of the new Jerusalem - one pearl per gate! We will see the animals as they were originally - huge and very friendly! We will eat perfect food which I believe involve no waste. That means no toilets! although I sure appreciate them down here. lol
We will be in a constant STATE of worship, just as we are sometimes here when we realize a blessing from God has been bestowed upon us. We say thank you, Lord. As we discover wonder after wonder in the eternal life, we will be saying that constantly in our hearts. But then there will also be the days of gathering for worship: every Sabbath, every New Moon, and every Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot/booths). The Minister will be Jesus, Himself. We will be taught by the King of kings, something like Solomon did but on a much grandeur scale. We will see and hear the Master in person.
The Bible tells us that:
Isa 64:4 For since the beginning of the world men have not heard, nor perceived by the ear, neither hath the eye seen, O God, beside thee, what he hath prepared for him that waiteth for him.
1Co 2:9 But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.
If this is true (and we believe it is), then the things I mentioned above are nothing compared to what God has reserved for us. Still think it will be boring?