Thursday, August 25, 2005

Sayers again

Dorothy L Sayers

Bad work can never be justified on the grounds that it is done by a Christian. The Christian, like any other man, is obliged to do the best he can; and in the end the work proclaims the worth of the workman. Private life is irrelevant.

Quoted in ‘Dorothy L Sayers, a biography, by James Brabazon, pg 162
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