Nothing beats good, old fashion hard work. And nothing reminds us of this more than watching a sloth eat. It even looks exhausted having to chew its own food.
Hard work doesn’t excuse the need for hard thinking. Wicked men are too lazy to work, while hard-working leaders often give unintentional injustice from lack of attention to detail.
Laziness comes in many forms and all of it can lead to one’s failure—even failure to rise in the first place.
Diligence is a good teacher. Does hard work support practical needs or is hard work a practical need in itself?