“Whether men like to admit it or not, women make this world go round. Don’t believe me? Move all of the women in this world to a different planet and see what happens to your civilization! “
One of the main reasons for the male peacock colorful feathers is for sexual selection, which depends, not on a struggle for existence, but on a struggle between the males for possession of the females; the result is not death to the unsuccessful competitor, but few or no offspring. Hence each successive generation ends up having brighter and more colorful plumes to attract mate. The challenge with the above is that their colorful plumes make it difficult for them to hide from preys and hence peacocks are at the verge of extinction.
Though man cannot be compared to animals (LOL), they happen to be in a very similar state, the struggles and striving of man is somehow linked to sexual selection and the guarantee of offspring, in lieu of plumes, social status and the ability to take care of needs, ranks high in the selection. And Man’s struggle has put our world on the edge of extinction.
It is difficult not to admire this delicate and beautiful creature of nature in all her glory, simultaneously weak and strong, needing protection yet protecting, yielding yet firm above all, very dangerous.
The journey of man begins from a woman, cuddled and petted forever he will be under the care of a woman, exchanging one for the other as he transverse his life space.
History has shown us women who have altered the course of activity from Eve to Helen of Troy to the girl next door, who with their God-given intuition and femininity. Used properly, the combination easily jumbles the brain of any man from Adam to Caesar, to Jacob Zuma, from Lord Luggard to GoodLuck Ebele Jonathan
Difficult and damaging to the masculine ego as it is, I’m inclined to believe this. Whatever enlightenment that befell the author of this quote must have been through one of those divine awakening. I think, though I could be wrong that we can safely rank women somewhere on the same pedestal as power and money, though it’s a question of the chicken and the hen. That said let us investigate in parts womanhood and their roles as mentors and reason in our society.