|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Burning Daylight by Jack London:
old-time boyish laugh of hers.
"Say," he said, with sudden fierceness, "don't you go fooling
around that slide until after I get the trees in and rooted.
It's mighty dangerous, and I sure can't afford to lose you now."
He drew her lips to his and kissed her hungrily and passionately.
"What a lover!" she said; and pride in him and in her own
womanhood was in her voice.
"Look at that, Dede." He removed one encircling arm and swept
it in a wide gesture over the valley and the mountains beyond.
"The Valley of the Moon--a good name, a good name. Do you know,
when I look out over it all, and think of you and of all it
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde:
Ah, you may laugh, my boy, but it is a great thing to come across a
woman who thoroughly understands one.
DUMBY. It is an awfully dangerous thing. They always end by
CECIL GRAHAM. But I thought, Tuppy, you were never going to see
her again! Yes! you told me so yesterday evening at the club. You
said you'd heard -
[Whispering to him.]
LORD AUGUSTUS. Oh, she's explained that.
CECIL GRAHAM. And the Wiesbaden affair?
LORD AUGUSTUS. She's explained that too.
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Warlord of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
whereas there had evidently been two or more in the entire length
of the cord.
Now, indeed, was I in a pretty fix, for neither did I know
which avenue to follow nor when danger lay directly in my path;
but there was nothing else to be done than follow one of the corridors,
for I could gain nothing by remaining where I was.
So I chose the central opening, and passed on into its gloomy
depths with a prayer upon my lips.
The Warlord of Mars