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Lazy


Living without thinking
All tasks are abandoned
Zip all hands from work
Yearn to talk without actions


Inspiration On: Wednesday, 17 April 2013 from 7:02pm to 10:39pm

Yoshiko did mention about defining lazy so the above poetry is birthed out in response to her disagreement to Pat Cegan’s poetry in her blog so Pat suggested to her to do her version since she disagreed the part lazy people will observe. Yoshiko only managed to come out with the first line then I cover the remaining. Her disagreement can be found at Pat’s blog or as follows: “Can’t be bothered with anything. Will not lift up hands to do work. All day doing nothing. Think nothing”

Yoshiko and I were challenged to define the acronym of lazy based from the Bible. The book of Proverb is full of giving contrast between hardworking and lazy people. Then we check from the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary that lazy means unwilling to work or be active; doing as little as possible. Second meaning is not involving much energy or activity; slow and relaxed. Third is showing a lack of effort or care. Last definition is moving slowly.

About Hikari Yori

All I want and wish is to depend upon the LIGHT (LORD Jesus Christ) who has saved my soul.

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  1. There’s a saying: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy…

    Lazy is just the opposite of hardworking and both need to co-exist and compensating each other in order for us to lead a well and balanced life…

    There are times when we’re working too hard and forget how to spare ourselves some ‘lazy days’ for recharging purpose and burning our lives away without realizing…

    There are times that we’re lazing around too much and forget about going forward and thus wasting our lives away without knowing…

    There is always a bright for something that is negative, and dark side for something that is positive. At the end of the day, it’s how we deal with them in order to balance our life.

    Just my humble opinion…hope you don’t mind.

    Cheers~ πŸ˜€

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  2. Yoshiko and friend, “Yearn to talk without actions” — interesting concept and so true! To live in a state of Mindfulness…the NOW…the present requires attentive listening…and maybe “being lazy” once in awhile is a good thing…relaxes us…LOL

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