It has been brought to my attention by number two son that my laziness is only a visible symptom of stubbornness. At first I was incredulous. I mean come on, really, how do you get there. But the argument was logical. Isn’t the postponement to do what you should, just a way of saying, “No, I don’t want to.”
I find it very interesting that I was comfortable labeling myself as lazy, but stubborn really knocks me down. I suppose because I associate stubbornness with an unacceptable level of pride, and I see pride as the root of all sin.
This spins the view I have of myself off its axis.
But I am too lazy to change today, maybe tomorrow.