In conclusion, it is evident that there are numerous benefits of leisure that led to the social good of the community. The paper has identified five core benefits of leisure including economic, physiological, environmental, psychological and social benefits. It is evident that these benefits are observed at both the individual and societal level. In addition, it is evident that these benefits are feasible in the modern society. The paper also affirmed that the benefits gained from leisure activities are probably equal and may surpass the benefits attained from other public utilities like fire protection, sanitation, transportation, educational, and housing services. However, this social good has been appreciated and promoted by only a few government units. Government programs usually allocate more resources on other public services, yet fail to recognize the contributions of leisure to the larger society. In order to reap the benefits of leisure, there is the need to the government, at all levels, to identify and acknowledge the value of leisure and allocate appropriate resources towards promoting leisure opportunities in the community. In addition, there is the need to sensitize the public on the benefits of participating in leisure activities. The government must award leisure the same parity it gives other public services; achieving this requires the need to integrate the benefits of leisure in the principles of public management and finance.
Along with the lack of hardwork, selfishness has become a key problem. Most people focus on what the benefits are for them rather than for a team or crew they are working with to accomplish something. A good work ethic can make your life so much better. It’s ironic how people seem to be happiest when they’re not working, yet if they work hard, life seems to be so much better for them. Granted, everybody needs a little bit of good luck to accomplish their dreams and desires, but nobody should use the lack of good luck or excess of bad luck as an excuse to their unsuccessful lives because I believe hard work out weighs the bad luck in the end. A person who works hard is one who, when faced with bad luck, is able to fight through it and continue their road to their dreams, but yet when given good luck continues to work at what they’re wanting to achieve and not slack. A good work ethic is a crucial factor in living the life you desire to have.
In the final endnotes Weber states that he abandoned research into Protestantism because his colleague Ernst Troeltsch , a professional theologian , had begun work on The Social Teachings of the Christian Churches and Sects . Another reason for Weber's decision was that Troeltsch's work already achieved what he desired in that area, which is laying groundwork for comparative analysis of religion and society. Weber moved beyond Protestantism with his research but would continue research into sociology of religion within his later works (the study of Judaism and the religions of China and India ).  :49