The Lionized and the Lazy

A sluggard says, “There’s a lion in the road, a fierce lion roaming the streets!” — Proverbs 26:13

The sluggard (lazy man)has all he needs:

  1. An impromptu venue.
  2. An imaginative story, the promise of the wild.
  3. An opportunity.

The big cat is a small issue compared with the real problem: the sluggard would rather sabotage himself than the status quo: So the venue becomes an object of fear. The story becomes an excuse. The opportunity becomes a reason to hide.
 
 The sluggard and the circus ringmaster have a lot in common, but perspective makes them worlds apart.

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