Such people are afraid to enter into any conflict situations with the environment because they are people who do not want to think and participate in their lives. These are people who run away from any real responsibilities and who limit themselves to only a narrow part of the things in their lives that they want to focus on and do. Given such a limited way of thinking, these people think that what they are doing is doing well, which in most cases is not true, because if you limit yourself in any way, you also limit yourself in the ability to change and improve what you do.
Lazy people are afraid of change and progress. They avoid any situation that would force them to change in any way, that would force them to do some physical or mental work, or both. These people are doing everything that is not needed just that anyone doesn’t ask them to do something concrete in their life and with their life. They avoid fulfilling their life mission for which they incarnated on Earth. Only thinking, working and constant change can encourage people to their spiritual growth and development. Such people pretend to be too busy, don’t want to bother with the many things that make up an integral part of everyday life, and essentially just avoid facing reality. They are afraid to fight for themselves, for their dreams and their values. Out of laziness, they give in to something and do not try to be their own, because that would require change. In their laziness they become weak at the need to change anything in their life. They are not even aware that the only thing they do is indulge in satisfying their selfish personal needs and desires. They cover their laziness with all possible paravane and thus move away from the possibility of personal growth. Synonyms for laziness that point to a person’s egoizam are selfishness, passivity, negligence, and stubbornness that scientists have analyzed characterize more than 75% of lazy people.
Such behavior is possible for a while, for some their whole life, but progress awaits them in the next life in which such an attitude and behavior will not be allowed. By behaving in this way, they wasted one of their lives and the opportunity to incarnate fewer times.
Laziness is a sin that kills the human soul, because it avoids doing what God created us to do. Out of laziness, other unacceptable thoughts are created, mostly those focused on finding ways to use someone to their advantage.
For hardworking people, relaxation does not mean laziness, but simply rest. The physical body occasionally requires rest to recover both mentally and physically, although in most hard-working people this happens exclusively during sleep.
From the Bible – Second Epistle to the Thessalonians II, Warnings
“We command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, to stay away from every brother who is idle and does not follow the tradition you have received from us … We have not been lazy among you, nor have we eaten anyone’s bread for nothing. On the contrary, we worked hard and tired, night and day, so as not to be a burden to any of you … Now we hear that some of you are idlers, that they do nothing at all, but deal with vain things. To such we command and admonish them in the Lord Jesus Christ to work in peace and to eat their own bread. And you, brethren, do not faint by honest work. So if anyone disobeys this written command of ours, record it for yourself and do not associate with him to be ashamed! But do not consider him an enemy, but warn him as a brother. “