I'm attending a birthday party today for a few hours where I'll probably be the only sober one. Daily life and practise is not seperate imo, same applies to riding on the bus or whatever. It's all "sitting" (non-abiding) unless one believes there's a person who picks and chooses to sit on a zafu at home for a few hours and calls that "practise" and considers sitting on a bus or in a bar "non-practise"
Ofcourse there are differences but differences are never in opposition, sometimes my cat sits on a chair, sometimes on a couch, when sitting on a chair it does not think "I'm not sitting on a couch" But humans via the ("spiritual") ego construct can sit too much imo, there was a time when I was fed up with sitting up to 6-8 hours a day in quest for my "spiritual" ego and saw the futility and gave up on practise for years, I thought it better to spend those selfish sitting hours and help out lonely elderly and sick people and serving in animal shelters instead. Years later practise manifested naturally and spontaneously again.
Just an observation of my "own foolishness" not in anyway connected or projected upon zenspace.