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Chapter 145

THE LORD AND THE THREE LOVE-RIPE SUN-MAIDENS.

145,1. (Now Martin turns to the three sun-maidens and says): "My beloved daughters, we are now in the right place and you may unburden your hearts as I have taught you and as the fervor of your hearts demands."

145,2. At these words, the three stretch out their beautiful arms and want to embrace Me.

145,3. (But I say to them): "My beloved little children, do not touch Me as yet, for you are still in your flesh; that would destroy your bodies. You will be able to touch Me without harm when you have left them. I am a perfect Spirit and, therefore, only perfected spirits may touch Me."

145,4. (Say the three): "Is not this brother of yours a spirit too? And yet we were at his heart learning to know love, and it did not harm us at all! If You, You most glorious Master and Lord of Your brothers, are an even more perfect Spirit, it should harm us even less if we vented our love at Your heart, wouldn't it?

145,5. And what if this should cause us to lose our bodies! Is it not better to love without a body than it is to be excluded from love with a body? Oh, look at us and feel how we suffer now that we may not love You as our hearts demand."

145,6. (Say I): "My dearest little children, you may love Me with all your strength; love is not withheld from you. It is only that you must not touch Me, for that would harm you. But, since your love is already so strong that it would almost destroy your bodies, you may touch My feet; My heart would still be too hot for you."

145,7. (At these words, the three fall at My feet, clasping them with their tender hands, and saying, in their most gentle and harmonious voices): "Ah, ah, what infinite sweetness! If only our brothers of many aeons knew how infinitely sweet love is, they would give all their wisdom for a dewdrop of it.

145,8. Glorious Lord and Master, why is it that we, dwellers in this great, magnificent world, do not know anything about love? Why do we have to keep searching in the impenetrable wisdom of the heavens of the eternal, primordial Spirit, without ever finding out what love, the sweetest love, is?"

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