Man has need of creature comforts which only a mate can adequately provide. He has need of human companionship, human understanding and emotional reciprocity-these being also things-that only a mate can adequately provide. Man has sexual desire prompting him to effect the procreation. Thus man seeks his mate-a woman-and focuses upon her for release of his (and her) emotional energies which are generated by their respective central nervous system. Thus the woman becomes the object of the man's love and affection, and he of her's, unless through perversion of some form or another, such mutual love and affection change into hate and aversion. However, marriage is a great human institution which normally for its survival depends on man's emotional energies, and which provides full opportunity for the satisfaction of their joint emotional needs, provided the mating is well balanced and reciprocative on the three planes of being physical, intellectual and spiritual. For one who is married but still pursues club life or goes pub crawling, the time so consumed will be at the expense of his wife and children who will not only lack the companionship to which they are entitled, but will be deprived of benefits of that part of family's funds which he is misapplying. Astrologers opine that their such inherited traits are due to special configurations of the Sun, the Moon and planets and star groups of the zodiac, under which an individual is born.