If there is one capacity a human being might lack, it is the musculature to do nothing. And it is in this regard that anyone might seek to embolden or raise up his or her enemies ... in this way, there will always be something to do.
Such a train of thought can lead anyone to run shrieking into some cozy corner, but maybe it is worth considering. Doing nothing is no mean feat, whatever it may mean. And the desire for meaning is pretty strong. Enemies, like friends, can help... therefore enemies should not be overlooked as a source of support. But "support" against what, precisely? What weakness, if any, does it shore up? What thumb does it stick in what dike?
Somebody or other (a poet or wise man or something ... haven't got the ref in hand) once suggested, "Do not be too virtuous./Too much virtue makes people crazy."