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Today's Stichomancy for Hugh Grant

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Love and Friendship by Jane Austen:

were. I reflected that if by this second Marriage Sir George should have a second family, our fortunes must be considerably diminushed--that if his Wife should be of an extravagant turn, she would encourage him to persevere in that gay and Dissipated way of Life to which little encouragement would be necessary, and which has I fear already proved but too detrimental to his health and fortune--that she would now become Mistress of those Jewels which once adorned our Mother, and which Sir George had always promised us--that if they did not come into Perthshire I should not be able to gratify my curiosity of beholding my Mother-in-law and that if they did, Matilda would no longer sit at the head of

Love and Friendship
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Anthem by Ayn Rand:

The first blow of the lash felt as if our spine had been cut in two. The second blow stopped the first, and for a second we felt nothing, then the pain struck us in our throat and fire ran in our lungs without air. But we did not cry out.

The lash whistled like a singing wind. We tried to count the blows, but we lost count. We knew that the blows were falling upon our back. Only we felt nothing upon our back any longer. A flaming grill kept dancing before our eyes,

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey:

be so finnicky and picky."

"Carley, don't talk about home," said Glenn, appealingly.

"You dear old farmer, I'd love to stay here and just dream--forever," replied Carley, earnestly. "But I came on purpose to talk seriously."

"Oh, you did! About what?" he returned, with some quick, indefinable change of tone and expression.

"Well, first about your work. I know I hurt your feelings when I wouldn't listen. But I wasn't ready. I wanted to--to just be gay with you for a while. Don't think I wasn't interested. I was. And now, I'm ready to hear all about it--and everything."

She smiled at him bravely, and she knew that unless some unforeseen shock

The Call of the Canyon