|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay:
that characterised the Lichstorm range. These caps were of fantastic
shapes, and each one was different. The valley directly opposite
them was filled with rolling mist.
Sarclash was a mighty mountain mass in the shape of a horseshoe. Its
two ends pointed west, and were separated from each other by a mile
or more of empty space. The northern end became the ridge on which
they stood. The southern end was the long line of cliffs on that
part of the mountain where Haunte's cave was situated. The
connecting curve was the steep slope they had just traversed. One
peak of Sarclash was invisible.
In the south-west many mountains raised their heads. In addition, a
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Ballads by Robert Louis Stevenson:
And the names of all of her fathers; and still, with a heart on the rack,
Jested to capture a hearing and laughed when they jested back:
So would deceive them awhile, and change and return in a breath,
And on all the men of Vaiau imprecate instant death;
And tempt her kings - for Vaiau was a rich and prosperous land,
And flatter - for who would attempt it but warriors mighty of hand?
And change in a breath again and rise in a strain of song,
Invoking the beaten drums, beholding the fall of the strong,
Calling the fowls of the air to come and feast on the dead.
And they held the chin in silence, and heard her, and shook the head;
For they knew the men of Taiarapu famous in battle and feast,
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister:
"I haven't a doubt of it," he replied.
"There you're right. And so was your uncle. He knew. Triangle." Here I
found myself nodding portentously at John, and beating the table with my
finger very solemnly.
He stood by his window seeming to wait for me. And now everything in the
universe grew perfectly clear to me; I rose on mastering tides of
thought, and all problems lay disposed of at my feet, while delicious
strength and calm floated in my brain and being. Nothing was difficult
for me. But I was getting away from the triangle, and there was John
waiting at the window, and I mustn't say too much, mustn't say too much.