"At the Day of Judgement, we shall not be asked what we have read, but what we have done; not how successfully we have spoken or preached, but how well we have labored." (Cf. The Imitation of Christ, Bk.1, Ch.3)
To bad we don't get judged on well-written blog posts, right dear readers? I'd much rather write a thrilling Catholic post at 3 AM than labor to feed a hungry newborn.
ht: St. Peter of Alcantara who advised that one of the enemies of a life of prayer is "the temptation which consists in an immoderate desire to study and to know" (pg 140 of his Treatise of Prayer and Meditation. St. Peter of Alcantara was the spiritual director of St. Teresa of Avila).