It’s how we’re born differently. Morality and religion serve and protect females and children from male aggression, and women believe easily in the merits of both. Once women are convinced from lessons learned in life, they become stronger supporters.
Their beliefs confirmed and reinforced by evidence in life guide them to live up to something more important or someone higher than themselves, which enables them to find self-gratitude, which enables them to be grateful for others, which makes them better givers as individual persons, and which leads to female happiness.
Men need neither morality nor religion; they can handle life well enough—thank you very much. If taught the merits and inculcated with moral and religious habits in childhood, they become more faithful by living a deliberate moral or religious life.
Faithful actions program masculine hearts with beliefs that women accept on thought rather than action. Without faithful actions, a man’s beliefs are weakened and moral and religious pressures don’t withstand the disruptions of life. IOW, such men don’t live up to something bigger or someone higher than themselves, which makes them weaker as givers, stronger as takers, and less responsible toward others.
Men can fall in love at first sight. So too can they find religious conviction in a heartbeat by being saved, by accepting Jesus Christ into their heart. Judge not, ladies, by what you hear but what you see in a man’s actions.