Christians have a way of thinking that could favor poverty, that is, that could give you better health and permanence to this scourge.
They think that the "communion" is starting to like a promise of God and feed the desire for the perpetual possession. It is an anticipation of eternal life here on Earth.
By "communion" can understand the intimate relationship experienced by Christians with God, with Christ, with the Holy Spirit and with other believers.
Note what a strange word is our language: "procastinar". With it we mean "differ, postpone, to defer, defer."
When you and I "procastinamos" impoverish us. As we live in a world almost completely capitalist, time is money and wasting it 'procastinando "(I liked the little word!), Incurred a wasteful irresponsible.
Not that anyone can blame a man addicted to a "procrastination" from those who seem to wield publicized goodness, ethics, bienpensar (if already exists the word "welfare" should be the word "bienpensar").
Note that according to known definitions, the vice is the opposite of virtue and Christian churches say they preach the virtues though, I guess unwittingly, promote indefinite postponement because if we believe in the eternity of our existence, why we a hurry?
We are encouraged to hope, which seems positive because it would encourage perseverance, tenacity, productive work, but in reality that hope is so great that also favors the 'procrastination'.
For Christians, hope is the confidence that God will fulfill his promises and these promises are very optimistic, paternalistic, stimulating indolence.
The way this doctrine is designed to trust God is to leave almost everything in his hands.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El cristianismo propone perder el tiempo.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.956)