One of the most important duties that you owe yourself as a husband and the head of your family is to cultivate yourself, the same way a farmer cultivates his crops. You cannot afford to remain on the same spot in character, attitude and conduct. You cannot risk using old ways to solve current issues. As it has been popularly said, stagnant water stinks. But what does it mean to cultivate yourself? It means to develop your body, soul and spirit to a point where you become a matured husband. The Scripture says in First Thessalonians chapter 5 and verse 23, and the very God of peace sanctify you wholly, and I pray God your whole spirit, and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.