|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Soul of a Bishop by H. G. Wells:
and do it again.... It is to that sort of thing we bearers of the
light have sunken....
"I have always despised that poor toady," the bishop went on.
"And yet here am I, and God has called me and shown me the light
of his countenance, and for a month I have faltered. That is the
mystery of the human heart, that it can and does sin against the
light. What right have I, who have seen the light--and failed,
what right have I--to despise any other human being? I seem to
have been held back by a sort of paralysis.
"Men are so small, so small still, that they cannot keep hold
of the vision of God. That is why I want to see God again.... But
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from U. S. Project Trinity Report by Carl Maag and Steve Rohrer:
the blast and radiation produced.
1.1 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF PROJECT TRINITY
The development of a nuclear weapon was a low priority for the United
States before the outbreak of World War II. However, scientists
exiled from Germany had expressed concern that the Germans were
developing a nuclear weapon. Confirming these fears, in 1939 the
Germans stopped all sales of uranium ore from the mines of occupied
Czechoslovakia. In a letter sponsored by group of concerned
scientists, Albert Einstein informed President Roosevelt that German
experiments had shown that an induced nuclear chain reaction was
possible and could be used to construct extremely powerful bombs (7;
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from One Basket by Edna Ferber:
songster waved a hand uniting Terry and the eyes in informal
"Mr. Leon Sammett, the gentleman who sings the Gottschalk songs
wherever songs are heard. And Mrs.--that is--and Mrs.
Terry turned. A sleek, swarthy world-old young man with the
fashionable concave torso, and alarmingly convex bone-rimmed
glasses. Through them his darkly luminous gaze glowed upon
Terry. To escape their warmth she sent her own gaze past him to
encounter the arctic stare of the large blonde who had been
included so lamely in the introduction. And at that the