There's clearly a basic misunderstanding of the "Ask and it is given" principle, which states that no action of any kind is required. Hard work is not required, but action is and the two are very different.
Being deliberately naïve, consciously unaware of all the problems in the world and holding a vision of what we want the world to be is not immature or stupid. Here's why:
I never used to procrastinate. If there was something I didn’t want to do, I’d do it first, to get it out of the way. I used to work 18 hours a day, too. I was one of the most