|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Lamentable Tragedy of Locrine and Mucedorus by William Shakespeare:
Eight persons may easily play it.
THE KING and ROMBELO, for one.
KING VALENCIA, for one.
MUCEDORUS the prince of Valencia, for one.
ANSELMO, for one.
AMADINE the King's daughter of Arragon, for one.
SEGASTO a Noble man, for one.
ENVY; TREMELIO a Captain; BREMO a wild
man, for one.
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Breaking Point by Mary Roberts Rinehart:
the table, and waited while their envoy, laying Bassett's map on
the table, proceeded carefully to draw in a continuation of the
trail beyond the pass, some sketchy mountains, and a small square.
"I've got something," he said at last. "Not much, but enough to
work on. Here's where you lost him, Bassett." He pointed with his
pencil. "He went on for a while on the horse. Then somehow he must
have lost the horse, for he turned up on foot, date unknown, in a
state of exhaustion at a cabin that lies here. I got lost myself,
or I'd never have found the place. He was sick there for weeks, and
he seems to have stayed on quite a while after he recovered, as
though he couldn't decide what to do next."
The Breaking Point
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum:
visited, in turn, all his forests throughout the world, and they were
many and broad.
Not until he entered the glade where the Queen and her nymphs were
assembled to greet him did Ak remember the child he had permitted
Necile to adopt. Then he found, sitting familiarly in the circle of
lovely immortals, a broad-shouldered, stalwart youth, who, when erect,
stood fully as high as the shoulder of the Master himself.
Ak paused, silent and frowning, to bend his piercing gaze upon Claus.
The clear eyes met his own steadfastly, and the Woodsman gave a sigh
of relief as he marked their placid depths and read the youth's brave
and innocent heart. Nevertheless, as Ak sat beside the fair Queen, and
The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus