|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Two Noble Kinsmen by William Shakespeare:
And gallops to the turne of LIGHT A' LOVE:
What thinke you of this horse?
Having these vertues,
I thinke he might be broght to play at Tennis.
Alas, that's nothing.
Can he write and reade too?
A very faire hand, and casts himselfe th'accounts
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Dreams by Olive Schreiner:
was one walking from them a little way off;--for the angel had re-clothed
the soul in its outward form and vesture--and the man knew who it was.
And the angel said, "Do you know him?"
And the man said, "I know him," and he looked after the figure.
And the angel said, "Have you forgiven him?"
But the man said, "How beautiful my brother is!"
And the angel looked into the man's eyes, and he shaded his own face with
his wing from the light. He laughed softly and went up to God.
But the men were together on earth.
The blue, blue sky was over my head, and the waves were breaking below on
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Human Drift by Jack London:
MAUD. No; I tell you I am out of practice. I've forgotten it
all. You see, I made a discovery.
MAUD. I--I--you remember what a light voice I always had--almost
MAUD. Well, I discovered it was a perfect falsetto.
MAUD. I've been practising it ever since. Experts, in another
room, would swear it was a woman's voice. So would you, if you