It is clear that the world would be saved if all men did work they loved doing. Such men have no time for quarrelling, for fighting, or for money-mania. There will always be few such men. We can never aim to build a society composed of such. But we could aim towards the ideal of work which engages nearly the whole man. In some factories today men use just one finger. Not the body, not the mind - just one finger! But there is an occupation which can engage nearly the whole man and which if there were time given for the development of the mind, would satisfy the psychological needs of hundreds of thousands of people. This is agriculture. It could provide scope for bodily, mental and spiritual development.[p.127, 1]
Collis, John S. (1973) 1975. The Worm Forgives the Plough. Penguin. ISBN: 0 14 00.3953 8.