A Quote by Charles Heiser on agriculture, animals, argument, certainty, change, discipline, existence, food, leisure, life, plants, seasons, and time
Agriculture probably required a far greater discipline than did any form of food collecting. Seeds had to be planted at certain seasons, some protection had to be given to the growing plants and animals, harvests had to be reaped, stored and divided. Thus, we might argue that it was neither leisure time nor a sedentary existence but the more rigorous demands associated with an agricultural way of life that led to great cultural changes.
Source: Seed to Civilization
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