I think there are a lot of moral assumptions about “do nothings” here that may no longer be appropriate in a society where we can provide the necessities of life for all using only a fraction of the labor force.
I think the moral aversion to laziness arises out of a context of scarcity, where someone who ate but did not work represented a threat to the survivability of others.
I think being a parent or a spouse or a member of the community, thinking, reading, voting, are worthwhile activities outside wage labour.
I also think there is almost no one who would chose a life of doing nothing over one with some kind of activity in it (even just writing bad poetry).
Check out Bertrand Russell on the same topic: