Laziness

Thanks to laziness

  • I don’t learn languages very well,
  • I never applied for any scholarship,
  • I missed the deadline for that exchange year in the USA,
  • I never finished the PhD in law which I had begun,
  • I do less exercise than I want to,
  • I am not very good with keeping a diet,
  • I have a hundred plans and sometimes don’t put any one of them in motion,
  • I have some e-mails in my inbox which I should have responded to more than two years ago,
  • I have notebooks full of ideas which will never make it into published stories,
  • I am sometimes broke,
  • I often don’t actively pursue my dreams,
  • I might never return your call, and
  • I sometimes disappoint people.

But, also thanks to laziness

  • I am enjoying my life every day, and
  • I am hardly ever stressed.

There are worse things in life than laziness.

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About Andreas Moser

You will most likely find me in the forest, next to the lake, reading a book. Just follow the cigar smoke!
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8 Responses to Laziness

  1. Nicholas Wride says:

    Those are very very wise words . I have 20 years on you , identify with much of what you said .

    Nick

    Nicholas Wride 07950 252508

  2. Matteo says:

    I think the 2 most important pros are:
    I am enjoying my life every day, and
    I am hardly ever stressed.
    How many people in the 9-5 working world can say those words? How many people at retirement wish they could have said those words during those former decades?
    I think you have a lifestyle many would love to have but out of fear or many other issues will never experience.
    Count your blessings.

  3. brokenradius says:

    Ha, ha, I guess you now expect from your readers the antithesis (as every woman expects when she complains about her age):
    Yes, I object your selfcritical confession of laziness: At least here on your blog your are for sure one of the MOST HARDWORKING writers. Sometimes I was already wondering if the many photo excursions and regular postings still leave you time for eating, sleeping and drinking.
    Michael

  4. catherine says:

    Why do people get so steamed up about laziness, when there are far worse character flaws out there.

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