I mean yes, landlordism is visibly exploitative and terrible, but wages should not be morally shielded by the sanctification of work, either. This is truer the higher you go on the wage scale, but the ingrained idea of work ethic tends to hide just how much getting non-exploitative wages depends on existing privileges.
And this is kind of Taoist but one way to conceptualize work and leisure is... not conceptualize work and leisure. Abandoning the duality of doing/not doing and understanding how it is all a part of *being.* Work isn't this holy endeavor set apart from mere leisure, it's just a process and function of life like growing, eating, shitting or dying. There is no lazy because not doing what we currently call work is just a part of being, too. A rather crucial part, in fact.
Generalist Hometown instance with a strong focus on community standards. No TERF, no SWERF, no Nazi, no Centrist.