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Today's Stichomancy for Colin Powell

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from When the Sleeper Wakes by H. G. Wells:

somehow. In the Council or not. Everyone who knows anything knows that. And here we are with dead bodies Iying in the dark! Why, where have you been if you haven't heard all about the trouble between Ostrog and the Verneys? And what do you think the troubles are about? The Sleeper? Eh? You think the Sleeper's real and woke of his own accord--eh? "

"I'm a dull man, older than I look, and forgetful," said Graham." Lots of things that have happened-- especially of late years--. If I was the Sleeper, to tell


When the Sleeper Wakes
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Gambara by Honore de Balzac:

clear away and make way for the feverish excitement which sometimes brought his judgment and his imagination into perfect harmony; for it was their habitual disagreement, no doubt, that caused his madness. The ruling idea of that great musical drama appeared to him, no doubt, in its noble simplicity, like a lightning flash, illuminating the utter darkness in which he lived. To his unsealed eyes this music revealed the immense horizons of a world in which he found himself for the first time, though recognizing it as that he had seen in his dreams. He fancied himself transported into the scenery of his native land, where that beautiful Italian landscape begins at what Napoleon so cleverly described as the /glacis/ of the Alps. Carried back by


Gambara
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Collected Articles by Frederick Douglass:

a few hours after my landing, a fugitive slave whom I had once known well in slavery. The information received from him alarmed me. The fugitive in question was known in Baltimore as "Allender's Jake," but in New York he wore the more respectable name of "William Dixon." Jake, in law, was the property of Doctor Allender, and Tolly Allender, the son of the doctor, had once made an effort to recapture MR. DIXON, but had failed for want of evidence to support his claim. Jake told me the circumstances of this attempt, and how narrowly he escaped being sent back to slavery and torture. He told me that New York was then full of Southerners returning from the Northern watering-places; that the colored people of New York were not to be trusted; that there were