|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Two Noble Kinsmen by William Shakespeare:
But our Lords
Ly blistring fore the visitating Sunne,
And were good Kings, when living.
It is true, and I will give you comfort,
To give your dead Lords graves: the which to doe,
Must make some worke with Creon.
And that worke presents it selfe to'th doing:
Now twill take forme, the heates are gone to morrow.
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Altar of the Dead by Henry James:
world and her friendship the very firmest. Without accidents he
had loved her, without accidents every one had loved her: she had
made the passions about her as regular as the moon makes the tides.
She had been also of course far too good for her husband, but he
never suspected it, and in nothing had she been more admirable than
in the exquisite art with which she tried to keep every one else
(keeping Creston was no trouble) from finding it out. Here was a
man to whom she had devoted her life and for whom she had given it
up - dying to bring into the world a child of his bed; and she had
had only to submit to her fate to have, ere the grass was green on
her grave, no more existence for him than a domestic servant he had
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Koran:
called liars too, who came with manifest signs, and with scriptures,
and with the illuminating Book.
Every soul must taste of death; and ye shall only be paid your
hire upon the resurrection day. But he who is forced away from the
fire and brought into Paradise is indeed happy; but the life of this
world is but a possession of deceit. Ye shall surely be tried in
your wealth, and in your persons, and ye shall surely hear from
those who have had the Book brought them before you, and from those
who associate others with God, much harm. But if ye be patient and
fear,- verily, that is one of the determined affairs.
When God took the compact from those who have had the Book brought