|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
single file through the dense undergrowth.
Tarzan easily distanced them, nor did they see his silent
passage above their heads, nor note the crouching figure
squatted upon a low branch ahead of them beneath which the
trail led them.
Tarzan let the first two pass beneath him, but as the third
came swiftly on, the quiet noose dropped about the black
throat. A quick jerk drew it taut.
There was an agonized scream from the victim, and his
fellows turned to see his struggling body rise as by magic
slowly into the dense foliage of the trees above.
Tarzan of the Apes
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Main Street by Sinclair Lewis:
rivalry between you and the partners--Westlake and McGanum
He flipped into bed with a solemn back-somersault and a
ludicrous kick of his heels as he tucked his legs under the
blankets. He snorted, "Lord no! I never begrudge any man
a nickel he can get away from me--fairly."
"But is Westlake fair? Isn't he sly?"
"Sly is the word. He's a fox, that boy!"
She saw Guy Pollock's grin in the mirror. She flushed.
Kennicott, with his arms behind his head, was yawning:
"Yump. He's smooth, too smooth. But I bet I make prett'
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Mountains by Stewart Edward White:
needs is better trails, and better trails are under way.
Well-meaning people used to laugh at the idea that
the buffalo and wild pigeons would ever disappear.
They are gone.
ON GOING OUT
ON GOING OUT
The last few days of your stay in the wilderness
you will be consumedly anxious to get out.
It does not matter how much of a savage you are,
how good a time you are having, or how long you