work or exert oneself. 2 done in a relaxed manner with
little effort. 3 moving in a sluggish manner.
- Collins Paperback English Dictionary
But the horrible truth is that we are NOT immune to laziness. Not by a very long shot. In fact, I would say that we're more susceptible to it than the Muggles. And the faster we accept this the better. Because laziness is the most nastiest form of emotional cancer.
Agreed, people should feel sorry for us and cut us some slack. But not becuse we have a full exemption to laziness, but because we're predisposed to being innocent victims of its ugly ravages.
Me personally, I have declared Laziness my Numero Uno Enemy. And I've taken a vow to be vigilant for my enemy at all times. Because he is stealthy and sneaks in when you're not looking. And once there he casts this invisible spell over you, a kind of drugged torpor from which it is hard to escape.
So next time I catch myself saying to myself - Shite, I can't do that man, it's just too much of a mountain to climb - I'm gonna be on the lookout, and smite that scoundrel, even if I just try.