Building social relationship
When people after many years felt safe about their
settlement and their crop there was room for improvement and refinements. They
arranged the houses, so that animals and humans could live separately. Master
and mistress were separated from the servants, each of the parts with their
special status. Social relations established, with rooms for each of them.
People met to eat, to work, to sleep, to play and so on.
Because of the specialization goods were exchanged, and stories were told across geographical territories. Traders and storytellers moved from one part of the country to the other, or between countries, and cultural peculiarities were blurred to some extent...
Behind the development of societies the monasticism plays an important role. The organization built on the discipline of Christianity. Recently I read in a newspaper article that the first well-known organization was Jesus and his 12 disciples. Everyone played a role in it, even Judas, and Jesus was of course the leader...
The spirit of the organization still existed in the monasticism where monks and nuns because of their self-sacrificing attitude managed to build up hospitals, schools, but also a refinement of agriculture...
... There is no doubt that the Christian way of thinking and organizing has affected history - through the monasticism in the Middle Ages - and building up states in the present day.