I have been wondering lately about who gets the most out of life - the one who is lazy or the individual who is active with their life. Before moving on, let me quickly explain what I mean when I say "lazy" and "active."
A lazy person is, well, lazy. There is not much else I can say. We know that they generally live a sedentary lifestyle and are always taking life nice and slow. The active person is the exact opposite. I'm sure you already have your own definition of what being active means.
If you do not know if you should live the rest of your life as being either lazy or active, then you can read my responses to several questions below to help you with your decision.
Who is more likely to have a better relationship with their spouse, the active or the lazy person?
I think the lazy person will.
Who will generally live a healthier lifestyle than the other and live much longer?
That's an easy answer. It would be the lazy fellow, duh!
Who is more likely to achieve their goals in life?
These questions are becoming too easy to answer. Without a doubt it would be the lazy person. Lazy people have been given a bad wrap over the years and are often seen as "slow." This couldn't be farther from the truth. In reality, lazy people are only slow when it comes to non-important matters such as getting out of bed or eating breakfast but this is not the case when it comes to their goals and aspirations. They will take action to accomplish whatever it is that needs to be accomplished.
Who wakes up the later than the other?
Hmmm. Trick question I see. I think the more suitable answer would be the active person. The active person needs to store up as much energy as possible to get work done during the day and sleeping in is a superb way to do so.
I guess I'll stop with the sarcasm. The real answer to all of these questions (except for the last one) is the individual who continually improves his way of life.
But what exactly is a way of life?
If you were to search up the meaning of the term you would find different results. Personally, I define it as a collection of your habits, mindset, lifestyle, faith, and your way of thinking.
So if you plan on having a great relationships with others, becoming a healthier person, or achieving your goals and aspirations in life, then you will need to change or improve at least one of the five parts that make up your way of life - your habits, mindset, lifestyle, faith, and your way of thinking
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