|The third excerpt represents the element of Water. It speaks of pure spiritual influences and feelings of love, and is drawn from To-morrow by Joseph Conrad:
Bessie. "As soon make convicts of them at once."
He did not believe you ever got used to it. The
weariness of such a life got worse as you got older.
What sort of trade was it in which more than half
your time you did not put your foot inside your
house? Directly you got out to sea you had no
means of knowing what went on at home. One
might have thought him weary of distant voyages;
and the longest he had ever made had lasted a fort-
night, of which the most part had been spent at
anchor, sheltering from the weather. As soon as
|The fourth excerpt represents the element of Earth. It speaks of physical influences and the impact of the unseen on the visible world, and is drawn from A Footnote to History by Robert Louis Stevenson:
deportation; and that of calling or attending a public meeting,
unless permitted, with the same. Such were the tender mercies of
Knappe, lurking in the western end of the German quarter, where
Mataafa could "at any moment" interrupt his jurisdiction.
On the 22nd (day of the suppression of the TIMES) de Coetlogon
wrote to inquire if hostilities were intended against Great
Britain, which Knappe on the same day denied. On the 23rd de
Coetlogon sent a complaint of hostile acts, such as the armed and
forcible entry of the RICHMOND before the declaration and arrest of
Gallien. In his reply, dated the 24th, Knappe took occasion to
repeat, although now with more self-command, his former threat