Instead of being of an essentially feminist or of a male chauvinist mindset it is better to seek perfect harmony in balance. To thrive and triumph with the best in both.’ Jeremy Henzel Thomas’ in his article ‘Listen to the Feminine’ has sought to illustrate that if a man is not willing to learn from a woman’s soul he would develop a lot of negative aggression in being dominating and brutish. Similarly a woman not touched by the masculine spirit becomes passive, fragile and completely dependant. It is often said that the kind of man who is particularly attractive to women is the warrior-poet, that is, the man of distinctly masculine qualities, notably courage, who yet has a poetic soul. Conversely, the kind of woman most treasured by men is the woman of spirit who displays actively intrepid qualities without sacrificing her softer feminine nature.’ Diversity is ordained for us so that we may come to know the best of one another and then integrate the differences in ourselves. May the diversities be in gender relations /communities/ nations at large? Integration arises with profound respect for the creative strengths which the other sex or communities embody.