These definitions of laziness are important because they make us identify subtle manifestations of the attitude in our own lives.
– Laziness is the spirit of “I will do it”.
– Laziness is passive approach to life.
– Laziness is to believe that you are entitled to all benefits the world have yet you are offering nothing in contribution.
– Laziness is leaving when the work starts.
– Laziness does not necessarily mean you are doing nothing; it is the failure to do what needs to be done when it needs to be done.
– Laziness is lack of intensive work towards any goal.
– Laziness is sleeping away valuable hours.
– Most of the vehicles of failure travel on the road of laziness.
– Poverty does not often come in one day, it comes a little at a time.
– A little waste of time, wasting it from time to time, goes a great way. A little done from time to time go a great way. A little left undone from time to time amounts to a great waste.
The lazier a man is, the more he plans to do tomorrow.
– Laziness is somebody reading the television and internet version of Psalm 23, as follows:
1. My tablet, my phone, my television is my shepherd, my spiritual growth shall want.
2. It makes them to sit down and do nothing for it required all their spare time.
3. It keepeth them from doing all their duties as Christians because it presents many good shows that they may watch.
4. It keepeth them from the study of God’s word; it leadeth them in the path of doing nothing in the Lord’s work. The sound and the picture of what they are watching comfort them.
5. It presents worldly entertainment before them; it fills their head with ideas contrary to the word of God.
6. Surely, the tablets, the phones, the television, the laptop, computers offers no time to do the will of God. Thus, those who are addicted to it will dwell in spiritual poverty all the days of their lives.
Credit to D.K. Olukoya
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