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Today's Stichomancy for P Diddy

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Mistress Wilding by Rafael Sabatini:

before Albemarle, whilst his right dropped again to his pocket, "the letter, as you may see, was addressed to me.

The quiet manner in which he made the announcement conveyed almost as great a shock as the announcement itself.

Albemarle took up the wrapper; Luttrell and Phelips craned forward to join him in his scrutiny of it. They compared the two, paper with paper, writing with writing. Then Monk flung one and the other down in front of him.

"What lies have I been hearing, then?" he demanded furiously of Trenchard. "`Slife I'll make an example of you. Arrest me that rogue - arrest them both," and he half rose from his seat, his trembling hand pointing to

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from House of Mirth by Edith Wharton:

to remain with her aunt. In truth, however, she was fast wearying of her solitary existence with Mrs. Peniston, and only the excitement of spending her newly-acquired money lightened the dulness of the days.

All her life Lily had seen money go out as quickly as it came in, and whatever theories she cultivated as to the prudence of setting aside a part of her gains, she had unhappily no saving vision of the risks of the opposite course. It was a keen satisfaction to feel that, for a few months at least, she would be independent of her friends' bounty, that she could show herself abroad without wondering whether some penetrating eye

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Some Reminiscences by Joseph Conrad:

stepson, my maternal grandfather; and when these were peremptorily rejected he went on renewing them again and again with characteristic obstinacy. For years he persisted in his efforts at reconciliation, promising my grandfather to execute a will in his favour if he only would be friends again to the extent of calling now and then (it was fairly close neighbourhood for these parts, forty miles or so), or even of putting in an appearance for the great shoot on the name-day. My grandfather was an ardent lover of every sport. His temperament was as free from hardness and animosity as can be imagined. Pupil of the liberal-minded Benedictines who directed the only public school

Some Reminiscences