“Since idleness is the enemy of the soul and the mother and nurse of all vices, let no sister in the cloister remain idle, but let each be always occupied, as far as possible, at some work; for she is not easily  ensnared by temptation who is intent on some worthy employment.”

2 – “It is the Lord who has said to man that he must eat his bread in the sweat of his brow (Gen. 3:19); and the Apostle adds that the one who refuses to work should not eat (2 Thes. 3:10); and the prophet before him: