Aphrodisiac of the Heart (from the Fables of Mkhitar Gosh)
Once the marjoram noised it about that it was the cause of the priests' holiness. And it rebuked a particular flower, since its root was an aphrodisiac. A certain priest hearing this, was tormented by desire and placed [that plant] in his clothing. But as it did not help, he became hostile to the salvia/sage, as though it were false. [The latter] turned to him and said: "it's because you put me in your clothing and not in your heart that you were not aided in anyway." When the man heard this, he became silent.
This is a brilliant example. Chastity, not physical but spiritual, is worth having. Otherwise, the disease of lust is unquenchable. And it is improper for one made by God to think evil.