from a place of privilege

 

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“It is right and just that all men (sic) should have work to do which shall be worth doing, and be of itself pleasant to do; and which should be done under such conditions as would make it neither over-wearisome or over-anxious.”

-William Morris

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  1. kaisaerpren says:

    So then who would “do the work that was not worth doing”? Someone must. But; If it needs doing, is it not then, by it’s being needing to be done, “Worth Doing”? And since it IS worth doing, then isn’t the person doing it worthy of his bread and board for having done it? It is not the particular job or task that make a thing worth doing or not. It is the Remuneration for having done a thing that was as much of a problem in his day as it is in ours.

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