As you can see now, life is much about the ideas you entertain. It is not so much about what's out there but, what's in you. What's out there is constanly changing. It is like a page-turning story of a very big novel. What's in you is also constantly changing, except your core part. That centre within you, is unchanging. It likes stability, despite changes.
Your core, your centre, wants to keep good things about you, in your life permanently. It deems them essential, without which you may not survive. As in, you may have to encounter bad times. But, these things are a different matter. Surviving and enjoying success, is more a fucntion of your mental faculties than the physical ones.
There is no such thing as spirit and spirituality, subsequently. It's the seduction of the authors, to still keep one in a mental fairyland, even in one's adulthood. Easiest way to lose one's sanity, is to have no certainty in one's life. To try and not do. To fall and give/make excuses. To dream, and not make things happen. It's all, a lack of initiative and self-love. Laziness is another matter, altogether.
It is so because even when you are not lazy but only just a labourer, your life is meaningless. You may want to have better things in your life, but will you get around to achieve them? Or, will you deceive yourself thinking that, your daily routine of hard labour will get them for you? It is said that, if hardwork were such a wonderful thing then rich people would have kept it all, for themselves.
Love thyself enough to know this -
Money is a wonderful thing, because it can improve the quality of your life.
And then, take initiatives.