|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Blix by Frank Norris:
promise. They became very gay upon the instant.
"Hoh!" exclaimed Condy; "what do YOU know of poker? I think we had
best play old sledge or cassino."
Blix had dealt a hand and partitioned the chips.
"Straights and flushes BEFORE the draw," she announced calmly.
Condy started and stared; then, looking at her askance, picked up
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Koran:
O ye who believe! fear God, and believe in His Apostle: He will give
you two portions of His mercy, and will make for you a light for you
to walk in, and will forgive you; for God is forgiving, compassionate.
That the people of the Book may know that they cannot control
aught of God's grace; and that grace is in God's hands, He gives it to
whom He will; for God is Lord of mighty grace!
THE CHAPTER OF THE WRANGLER
GOD has heard the speech of her who wrangled with you about her
husband, and complained to God; and God hears your gossip; verily, God
both hears and sees.
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Mountains by Stewart Edward White:
the Golden Trout was like.
I soon discovered a number of things, as follows:
The stream at this point, near its source, is very
narrow--I could step across it--and flows beneath
deep banks. The Golden Trout is shy of approach.
The wind blows. Combining these items of knowledge
I found that it was no easy matter to cast forty
feet in a high wind so accurately as to hit a three-foot
stream a yard below the level of the ground. In fact,
the proposition was distinctly sporty; I became as
interested in it as in accurate target-shooting, so that