|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from King James Bible:
sea for a border: this shall be your west border.
NUM 34:7 And this shall be your north border: from the great sea ye
shall point out for you mount Hor:
NUM 34:8 From mount Hor ye shall point out your border unto the
entrance of Hamath; and the goings forth of the border shall be to
NUM 34:9 And the border shall go on to Ziphron, and the goings out of
it shall be at Hazarenan: this shall be your north border.
NUM 34:10 And ye shall point out your east border from Hazarenan to
NUM 34:11 And the coast shall go down from Shepham to Riblah, on the
King James Bible
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Peter Pan by James M. Barrie:
The Piccaninnies, on their part, trusted implicitly to his
honour, and their whole action of the night stands out in marked
contrast to his. They left nothing undone that was consistent
with the reputation of their tribe. With that alertness of the
senses which is at once the marvel and despair of civilised
peoples, they knew that the pirates were on the island from the
moment one of them trod on a dry stick; and in an incredibly
short space of time the coyote cries began. Every foot of ground
between the spot where Hook had landed his forces and the home
under the trees was stealthily examined by braves wearing their
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde:
SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. You must let me have time to consider your
MRS. CHEVELEY. No; you must settle now!
SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. Give me a week - three days!
MRS. CHEVELEY. Impossible! I have got to telegraph to Vienna to-
SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. My God! what brought you into my life?
MRS. CHEVELEY. Circumstances. [Moves towards the door.]
SIR ROBERT CHILTERN. Don't go. I consent. The report shall be
withdrawn. I will arrange for a question to be put to me on the