The habit of idleness.

You’re not able to get off your bed when you have to. You’re lazy enough to make your home works. You might have made it to school, but you just want to extend your sleep, or updating your FB, there. You don’t want to see the faces of your ‘freak’ professors who require you to do these and those. You just want to daydream, thinking about <insert your daydreams here>. Classes are dismissed, and you become so disappointed that your day was not worth spending your time, effort and money. Yet you come home tired and you just want to eat, check your FB and go back to your most beloved bed to end your day. Another day rises. And this vicious cycle will keep on revolving as days pass.


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