Here goes Blog quote #405...
"He who is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything else."
This way he needs the excuses.
Which raises the question.. which comes first? Does laziness come first, thus NEEDING the excuse?
Or, is the person that's not good at anything, thus his best answer or 'defense' is an excuse or a reason WHY he isn't good? My bet is in the former with laziness first and the ability to fall back on the crutch of an excuse.
What do you think?
How did you read this quote?