Lately, many people have been complaining to me about others being too lazy.  Today,  it was a man of the cloth who said he was trying to be patient but he found it difficult dealing with a situation with a government employee.  He said they were just too lazy.  They didn’t want to look anything up to help solve his situation.  In the end, he became so frustrated, he gave up and left.  It’s not just about government employees, I have also heard complaints about people in tech shops being too lazy to revolve issues with electronics.  They were taking the easy way out rather than diagnose the problem so the individuals kept returning to get it resolved.  For several people it took several trips ending up with losing all their data and being double and triple charged.  It is also the same with your car.  Today, mechanics really have the latest technology to diagnose problems with vehicles.  Yet, many of them are too lazy to buy even the lower priced technology to diagnose properly so they guess and as in the olden days, they were usually wrong.  The medical profession isn’t much different.  It seems everyone I have spoken to recently complain that the doctors just want to pass out medications rather than figure out what is really wrong.  Fortunately, for a friend of mine’s daughter, she stumbled upon a medical doctor who also has extensive training in naturopathic medicine as well. She is now on a healthier path thanks to this new doctor.  In the Good Gus series there really wasn’t anyone who was too lazy to do chores or work.  Fine examples plus many more always available on Kindle worldwide and on You Tube at Mae’s Story Time.  If you find the people around you too lazy, rather than become annoyed take a reading break with “Misplaced Trust” which is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.