The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Economist by Xenophon:|
Man's body and soul He furnished with a greater capacity for enduring
heat and cold, wayfaring and military marches; or, to repeat, He laid
upon his shoulders the outdoor works.
 "Straightway from the moment of birth provided." Cf. (Aristot.)
"Oecon." i. 3, a work based upon or at any rate following the
lines of Xenophon's treatise.
"While in creating the body of woman with less capacity for these
things," I continued, "God would seem to have imposed on her the
indoor works; and knowing that He had implanted in the woman and
imposed upon her the nurture of new-born babies, He endowed her with a
larger share of affection for the new-born child than He bestowed upon