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Today's Stichomancy for John Glenn

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The White Moll by Frank L. Packard:

role of Gypsy Nan upon her, from that first night and from the following night when, to save the Sparrow, she had been whirled into the vortex of the gang's criminal activities, her mind raced on through the sequence of events that seemed to have spanned some vast, immeasurable space of time until they had brought her to - last night.

Last night! She had thought it was the end last night, but instead - The dark eyes grew suddenly hard and intent. Yes, she had counted upon last night, when, with the necessary proof in her possession with which to confront Danglar with the crime of murder, she could wring from the man all that now remained necessary to

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Youth by Joseph Conrad:

inborn and subtle and everlasting. I don't say posi- tively that the crew of a French or German merchant- man wouldn't have done it, but I doubt whether it would have been done in the same way. There was a complete- ness in it, something solid like a principle, and masterful like an instinct--a disclosure of something secret--of that hidden something, that gift, of good or evil that makes racial difference, that shapes the fate of nations.

"It was that night at ten that, for the first time since we had been fighting it, we saw the fire. The speed of the towing had fanned the smoldering destruction. A


Youth
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Pivot of Civilization by Margaret Sanger:

dynasties determined by its sway--but here in our every-day life we see its influence, direct or indirect, forceful and ubiquitous beyond aught else. Any statesmanlike view, therefore, will recognize that here we have an instinct so fundamental, so imperious, that its influence is a fact which has to be accepted; suppress it you cannot. You may guide it into healthy channels, but an outlet it will have, and if that outlet is inadequate and unduly obstructed irregular channels will be forced....

``The attainment of mutual and reciprocal joy in their relations constitutes a firm bond between two people, and makes for durability of the marriage tie. Reciprocity in sex love is the physical