The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Economist by Xenophon:|
fault was who handed over to your care the things without assigning
them their places. Had I done so, you would have known not only where
to put but where to find them. After all, my wife, there is nothing
in human life so serviceable, nought so beautiful as order.
 "Vetus proverbium," Cic. ap. Columellam, xii. 2, 3; Nobbe, 236,
 Lit. "so that you might know not only where to put," etc.
 Or, "order and arrangement." So Cic. ap. Col. xii. 2, 4,
"dispositione atque ordine."
"For instance, what is a chorus?--a band composed of human beings, who
dance and sing; but suppose the company proceed to act as each may