|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath by H. P. Lovecraft:
world, since the wood at two places touches the lands of men,
though it would be disastrous to say where. Certain unexplained
rumours, events, and vanishments occur among men where the Zoogs
have access, and it is well that they cannot travel far outside
the world of dreams. But over the nearer parts of the dream world
they pass freely, flitting small and brown and unseen and bearing
back piquant tales to beguile the hours around their hearths in
the forest they love. Most of them live in burrows, but some inhabit
the trunks of the great trees; and although they live mostly on
fungi it is muttered that they have also a slight taste for meat,
either physical or spiritual, for certainly many dreamers have
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Witch, et. al by Anton Chekhov:
God I like to light a little lamp or a candle, and not to have a
noise around me. When I bow down to the ground I like the floor
not to be dirty or spat upon. And I bow down forty times every
morning and evening, praying for mamma."
The tramp took off his cap and crossed himself.
"And let them send me to Eastern Siberia," he said; "I am not
afraid of that."
"Surely that's no better?"
"It is quite a different thing. In penal servitude you are like a
crab in a basket: crowding, crushing, jostling, there's no room
to breathe; it's downright hell -- such hell, may the Queen of
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Wheels of Chance by H. G. Wells:
"But you must tell me your name--brother," she said,
"Er--Carrington," said Mr. Hoopdriver, after a momentary pause.
Who would be Hoopdriver on a night like this?
"But the Christian name?"
"Christian name? MY Christian name. Well--Chris." He snapped his
lamp and stood up. "If you will hold my machine, I will light
yours," he said.
She came round obediently and took his machine, and for a moment
they stood face to face. "My name, brother Chris," she said, "is
He looked into her eyes, and his excitement seemed arrested.