Is there good in bad or bad in good?
A sloth is generally tagged as a lazy person, someone reluctant or slow to take action. Sloth is a word that means laziness or idleness.
For most of the virtues in life to manifest in the actions and speeches of individuals, they turn to taking things slowly, calmly and from a calculative point of view.
Life on the fast lane gives no luxury of being calculative but only impulsive and spontaneous moves that tends to regret and disaster.
A sloth could be slow to take action or speak as it is demanded externally and may be labelled as such or a-good-for-nothing being but when they do speak or act, they may be the birther of the next phenomenon the world awaits.
A famous man once implied that he would prefer to give out a hard task to a lazy person because they end up finding an easier way around the task.
Also, there are cases where being slow or reluctant to make moves has been beneficial even for survival reasons.
You did not move on time and it made you avoid the incident that happened if you had.
You did not take actions to invest as soon as everyone were erratic about the Idea. Since you are not FOMOed because you too lazy to go in then, the next thing that happened is that every other person starts regretting they did and you are glad you did not.
Everyone thinks when you take physical actions that you are hardworking and good for something but mentally, in your head is a heated factory of workers planning and inventing the next masterpiece.
With these 3 scenarios, what sin would it be called?
You have the best idea to help a situation and because of reluctance to act on the idea, the situation got beyond remedy and this scenario mostly occurs health-wise.
You should have been a great figure to reckon with in the world but due to inactions, you may take this so-great potentials to the grave and as it is popularly implied, great talents resides in the cemetery. This is a sin to self.
You are willing to burden those around you with provisions of your necessities of life which you will never avail yourself to do for anyone. You choose idleness at the expense of one's sweat but yours.
With these 3 scenarios, what fairness can be drawn?