|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Koran:
see that God who created them He was stronger than they in might?
But they did gainsay our signs. And we sent upon them a cold blast
in unfortunate days, that we might make them taste the torment of
disgrace in the life of this world;-but the torment of the hereafter
is more disgraceful, and they shall not be helped.
And as for Thamud we guided them; but they preferred blindness to
guidance, and the thunderclap of the torment of abasement caught
them for what they had earned; but we saved those who believed and who
And the day when the enemies of God shall be gathered. together into
the fire, marshalled along; until when they come to it, their
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Case of The Lamp That Went Out by Grace Isabel Colbron and Augusta Groner:
"And you hadn't any suspicion that this dreadful thing was
happening so near you?" asked the detective casually.
"I didn't know a thing, sir, not a thing. There couldn't have
been a fight or I would have heard it. But I don't know why I
didn't hear the shot."
"Why, then you must have been asleep after all, in spite of your
pain," said Muller with a smile, as he walked along beside the
man back to the place from which he had just come.
The old man shook his head. "No, I tell you I didn't close an
eye all night. I went to bed at half-past nine and I smoked two
pipes before I put out the light, and then I heard every hour
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from In Darkest England and The Way Out by General William Booth:
cannot even obtain enough bad potatoes to dull the ache behind his
waistcoat, and is tempted to let his child die for the sake of the
insurance money--to a land flowing with milk and honey, where he can
eat meat three times a day and where a man's children are his wealth.
But you might as well lay a new-born child naked in the middle of a
new-sown field in March, and expect it to live and thrive, as expect
emigration to produce successful results on the lines which some lay
down. The child, no doubt, has within it latent capacities which, when
years and training have done their work, will enable him to reap a
harvest from a fertile soil, and the new sown field will be covered
with golden grain in August. But these facts will not enable the
In Darkest England and The Way Out