From the Latin pro, which means “forward” and crastinus which means “of the next day.” It is a tendency to systematically put off to the next day actions (whether they are limited to a precise domain of daily life or not). The “chronic latecomer,” called a procrastinator, does not manage to “get to work,” especially when it does not get him or her immediate satisfaction. To not procrastinate allows us to welcome fate into our lives, within the dynamics of what life imposes on us every day.