05] And Henoch said to Muthael "Muthael, you seem to suffer from a massive self-conceit because the Lord has spoken a few things to you about women-love!?
06] Behold, if you were either a frivolous, foolish blind woman, who only knows its desires of the flesh best and who all the times cares only for its satisfaction, I wouldn’t be burdened by your measured stupidity!
07] For this is also the notion of the Lord! He takes the woman who is able and who only wants to love Him alone without any attachment to the world, and then carries her on His arms and hands and fingers to her happiest destiny!
08] But a woman, who mainly finds pleasure in worldly stupidities where something sensual-pleasing is showing, the Lord let her go like the animals of the forests, and does not care about her, except to give her the sensual life of the body like to the game of the forests,
09] for which reason a degenerated woman cannot that easily be helped anymore and can easily pass over into all kind of fornication and whoredom, of which we have many examples in the midnight region and know quite well how a woman who only once has put the Lord aside because of worldly joy, can hardly be saved from utter demise other than a miracle! (HHG vol. 3, chap. 102)
 The donkey was tethered when they found the disciples, and was still the property of a man in the world. What does that want to say? Such is the bounded simplicity, humility, and love, which is still bound by the world, or the spirit in man, which has not yet been made free, though he is completely turned to the Lord in his humble and loving nature, and thus his whole destiny in and for the Lord. But when the Lord sees such a spirit, He immediately sends His servants to set him free and lead him to the Lord, and the world soon loses all apparent right and power to Him to whom the Lord speaks: "I need him!"
 Why is it a mare and not a male donkey? - Because the woman here more sharply describes the deepest humility and the fruitful love than the little male donkey!
(Explanation of Scriptures, chap. 15)
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