|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy:
which had been hers exclusively since her arrival at Marygreen,
and pushing to the door knelt down by the bed for a minute or two.
She then arose, and taking her night-gown from the pillow
undressed and came out to Mrs. Edlin. A man could be heard
snoring in the room opposite. She wished Mrs. Edlin good-night,
and the widow entered the room that Sue had just vacated.
Sue unlatched the other chamber door, and, as if seized with faintness,
sank down outside it. Getting up again she half opened the door,
and said "Richard." As the word came out of her mouth she visibly shuddered.
The snoring had quite ceased for some time, but he did not reply.
Sue seemed relieved, and hurried back to Mrs. Edlin's chamber.
Jude the Obscure
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Mad King by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
king was looking at the American, his eyes wide and his jaw
dropped. Barney did not wonder at his consternation. He
himself was dumbfounded by the likeness which he bore
to the king. It was positively uncanny. He approached Leo-
"Remove your rings," he said, holding out his hand. The
king did as he was bid, and Barney slipped the two baubles
upon his fingers. One of them was the royal ring of the kings
The American now blindfolded the king and led him to-
ward the panel which had given him ingress to the room.
The Mad King
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Hamlet by William Shakespeare:
Ham. I see a Cherube that see's him: but come, for
England. Farewell deere Mother
King. Thy louing Father Hamlet
Hamlet. My Mother: Father and Mother is man and
wife: man & wife is one flesh, and so my mother. Come,
King. Follow him at foote,
Tempt him with speed aboord:
Delay it not, Ile haue him hence to night.
Away, for euery thing is Seal'd and done