|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Koran:
An insight and a reminder to every servant who repents!
And we sent down from the heaven water as a blessing, and caused
to grow therewith gardens and the harvest grain!
And the tall palm trees having piled up spathes, for a provision
to (our) servants; and we quickened thereby a dead land; thus shall
the resurrection be!
Before them the people of Noah and the fellows of ar Rass and Thamud
and 'Ad and Pharaoh called the apostles liars; and the brethren of Lot
and the fellows of the Grove and the people of Tubba'h all called
the prophets liars, and the threat was duly executed.
Were we then fatigued with the first creation? nay! but they are
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. Wells:
"I know. But I'm the Master, and I mean to
know." He laughed, full of this novel realisation of
power that was his gift from the upper air.
The aeropile curved about, and the keen fresh wind
cut across Graham's face and his garment lugged at
his body as the stem pointed round to the west. The
two men looked into each other's eyes.
"Sire, there are rules--"
"Not where I am concerned," said Graham. "You
seem to forget."
When the Sleeper Wakes
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Poems by Bronte Sisters:
Then his eyes began to weary,
Weighed beneath a mortal sleep;
And their orbs grew strangely dreary,
Clouded, even as they would weep.
But they wept not, but they changed not,
Never moved, and never closed;
Troubled still, and still they ranged not--
Wandered not, nor yet reposed!
So I knew that he was dying--
Stooped, and raised his languid head;
Felt no breath, and heard no sighing,