|The third excerpt represents the element of Water. It speaks of pure spiritual influences and feelings of love, and is drawn from The Riverman by Stewart Edward White:
"I think myself he probably would," agreed Orde.
"Surely," spoke up Newmark, "whatever the status of the damage
suits, you have the legal right to run your logs."
Orde rolled a quizzical eye in his direction.
"Per-fect-ly correct, son," he drawled, "but we're engaged in the
happy occupation of getting out logs. By the time the law was all
adjusted and a head of steam up, the water'd be down. In this game,
you get out logs first, and think about law afterward."
"How about legal damages?" insisted Newmark.
"Legal damages!" scoffed Orde. "Legal damages! Why, we count legal
damages as part of our regular expenses--like potatoes. It's lucky