The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Symposium by Xenophon:|
Sausage Seller. . . . What for?
Chorus. It will prime you up and make you fight the better.
 "We are concerned less with the lists of battle than of love";
"we meditate no furious close of battle but of lips." Lit. "how we
shall kiss some one rather than do battle with."
After such sort the theme of their discourse reached its conclusion.
Then Critobulus spoke: It is now my turn, I think, to state to you the
grounds on which I pride myself on beauty.
 See "Hellenica Essays," p. 353.
A chorus of voices rejoined: Say on.