Through the 5 years of my Sanskrit education, I scored very high in that subject, by pure mugging up. I did pick up parts of the language, but nowhere enough to be able to claim that I know it. I terribly repent it!
Parts of it have stuck with me. And that gives me the hope that probably someday...
Anyway, here's a sloka I remember from my school days:
षट् दोषाः पुरुषेन हातव्या भूतिमिच्छति .
निद्रा तन्द्रा भयं क्रोदः आलस्य दीर्घसूत्रता
6 vices try to kill man: sleep, drowsiness, fear, anger, laziness, procrastination.
Probably sleep, drowsiness, laziness and procrastination are related and similar. The other 2 -- fear and anger -- are related too. Anger is often a display of deep fear and insecurity. As Master Yoda says:
"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering."
That's all for now. See, sometimes, I too am capable to deal out small morsels of thoughts! But, do chew on it a bit please! ;)