|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Door in the Wall, et. al. by H. G. Wells:
"What is blind?" asked the blind man, carelessly, over his
Four days passed and the fifth found the King of the Blind
still incognito, as a clumsy and useless stranger among his
It was, he found, much more difficult to proclaim himself than
he had supposed, and in the meantime, while he meditated his
coup d'etat, he did what he was told and learnt the manners
and customs of the Country of the Blind. He found working and
going about at night a particularly irksome thing, and he decided
that that should be the first thing he would change.
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen:
will come back to London, Austin; depend on it, she will come
back, and we shall hear more about her then. I doubt it will
be very pleasant news."
Lord Argentine was a great favourite in London
Society. At twenty he had been a poor man, decked with the
surname of an illustrious family, but forced to earn a
livelihood as best he could, and the most speculative of
money-lenders would not have entrusted him with fifty pounds on
the chance of his ever changing his name for a title, and his
The Great God Pan
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Master Key by L. Frank Baum:
the world while I have such wonderful inventions on my hands for the
benefit of mankind. If you have no love for science or for the
advancement of civilization, DO have some consideration for your
fellow-creatures, and for me!"
"If my fellow-creatures would have as much trouble with your
electrical inventions as I had, I am doing them a service by depriving
them of your devices," said the boy. "As for yourself, I've no fault
to find with you, personally. You're a very decent sort of Demon, and
I've no doubt you mean well; but there's something wrong about our
present combination, I'm sure. It isn't natural."
The Demon made a gesture of despair.
The Master Key