I think this is generally true of men in general, but I'm beginning to really understand that I don't understand.
I like understanding things. I've spent my academic career in taking really really complicated things and making them stupidly simple. You can do this with water treatment, rain runoff, soil foundations, beams... whatever. You can't do this with women.
As an engineer, it's unbelievably frustrating. As a man, it's incomparably exciting. This privilege of discovering Woman is one that will never end. There is no answer, only a continuing journey to better understand and know the beautiful complication.
Maybe God feels the same way about His Church. I'm sure we don't make much sense most of the time, but He loves us as we are.
All higher knowledge in her presence fallsThe adventure to understand and know Woman is great; it is a noble quest that demands the best of Man. With so little of manliness left today, it is no wonder why so few undertake it with the courage and dignity that it deserves.
Degraded, Wisdom in discourse with her
Looses discount'nanc't, and like folly shewes;
Authority and Reason on her waite,
-Milton - Paradise Lost (Book V lines 551-554)