"A [preacher] who does not love art, poetry, music and nature can be dangerous. Blindness and deafness toward the beautiful are not incidental; they are necessarily reflected in his theology." — BXVI
That's pretty much what I heard (or at least understood it as such) during my seminary classes.You can tell the one on the right is most definitely inclined toward being a Dominican, because while he disputes, he still has one hand on the freezer door, trying to get it open at one point.
The one on the right also seems closer to keeping with St. Dominic's practice of walking barefoot, although he seems to take a different approach. Rather than walking barefoot in private and wearing shoes in public, he's taken a balanced approach indicating that one must be in the world but not of the world, both about conversation and about one's daily (fridge) work.