|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Koran:
THE CHAPTER OF THE WRANGLER
GOD has heard the speech of her who wrangled with you about her
husband, and complained to God; and God hears your gossip; verily, God
both hears and sees.
Those among you who back out of their wives they are not their
mothers their mothers are only those who gave them birth and,
verily, they speak a wrong speech and a false.
Verily, God both pardons and forgives. But those who back out of
their wives and then would recall their speech,- then the
manumission of a captive before they touch each other; that is what ye
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from When the World Shook by H. Rider Haggard:
as to the value of our modern civilisations.
"I am very glad to hear it, Humphrey, since while there is a
spark left the whole fire may burn up again, and I believe that
to the Divine mercy there are no limits, though Oro will have a
long road to travel before he finds it. And now I have something
to say. It has troubled me very much that I was obliged to leave
those Orofenans wandering in a kind of religious twilight."
"You couldn't help that," said Bickley, "seeing that if you had
stopped, by now you would have been wandering in religious
"Still, I am not sure that I ought not to have stopped. I seem
When the World Shook
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Pellucidar by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
Man here had not yet reached the point where he
might take the time from slaughter and escaping slaugh-
ter to make friends with any of the brute creation. I
must qualify this statement a trifle and say that this
was true of those tribes with which I was most familiar.
The Thurians do domesticate the colossal lidi, traversing
the great Lidi Plains upon the backs of these gro-
tesque and stupendous monsters, and possibly there may
also be other, far-distant peoples within the great world,
who have tamed others of the wild things of jungle,
plain or mountain.