"Heretics are to be recognized by their morals and their words. In moral behavior they are composed and modest. They take no pride in their clothing, which is neither too rich nor too abject. They do not undertake any business because they seek to avoid lying and oaths and fraud, but they often make their living by the work of their hands as craftsmen; their learned men are weavers and textile workers. They do not increase their riches, but are satisfied with necessities. They go neither to taverns, nor to shows, nor to any such vanities. They avoid anger. They are always working, teaching, or learning, and therefore they pray little…"
— The Passau Anonymous, On the Origins of Heresy and the Sect of the Waldensians