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Today's Stichomancy for Louis Armstrong

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Pivot of Civilization by Margaret Sanger:

[3] Social Decay and Regeneration. By R. Austin Freeman. London 1921. [4] Carlton H. Parker: The Casual Laborer and other essays: p. 30. [5] R. H. Tawney. The Acquisitive Society, p. 184. [6] Medical Review of Reviews: Vol. XXVI, p. 116. [7] The Elements of Social Science: London, 1854. [8] Proceedings of the International Conference of Women Physicians. Vol. IV, pp. 66-67. New York, 1920.

CHAPTER VII: Is Revolution the Remedy?

Marxian Socialism, which seeks to solve the complex problem of human misery by economic and proletarian revolution, has manifested a new vitality. Every shade of Socialistic thought and philosophy

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Hiero by Xenophon:

Al. {pastasi}, = colonnades.

Next, as to armaments: Will you present a greater terror to the foe if you appear furnished yourself from head to foot with bright emlazonrie and horrent arms;[3] or rather by reason of the warlike aspect of a whole city perfectly equipped?

[3] Or, "with armour curiously wrought a wonder and a dread." {oplois tois ekpaglotatois}, most magnificent, awe-inspiring, a poetical word which appears only in this passage in prose (Holden). L. & S. cf. Hom. "Il."i. 146, xxi. 589, of persons; "Od." xiv. 552, of things. Pind. "Pyth." iv. 140; "Isth." 7 (6), 30.

And now for ways and means: On which principle do you expect your

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Kreutzer Sonata by Leo Tolstoy:

evil, and by your example show them how to speak better. Such conduct on your part would have been best for all concerned." He continued: "Well, you had a fight, you wicked people. Such things sometimes happen, but it would be better if you went afterward and asked forgiveness and buried your grievances out of sight. Scatter them to the four winds of heaven, for if you do not do so it will be the worse for you in the end."

The younger members of the family, still obstinate, refused to profit by the old man's advice, and declared he was not right, and that he only liked to grumble in his old-fashioned way.

Ivan refused to go to his neighbor, as the grandfather wished,

The Kreutzer Sonata