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“O God, make me good, but not yet.” ― Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited

“O God, make me good, but not yet.” 
― Evelyn WaughBrideshead Revisited

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    Oh, it’s so much better with the dialogue context. It says so much about their relationship and Sebastian’s own heroic...
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    Yes! And he picks Sebastian to quote it for him; “Who was it used to pray, ‘O God, make me good, but not yet?’” “I don’t...
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