|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Rig Veda:
food and all possessions.
13 His followers then who dwelt in sundry places came and desired
slay the son of Nrsad.
Resistless foe, be found the hidden treasure of Susna multiplied
14 Thou, called Effulgence, in whose threefold dwelling, as
light of heaven, the Gods are sitting,
The Rig Veda
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Mansion by Henry van Dyke:
must have supplied you with material. Have you not heard that
I have built a school-house; the wing of a hospital; two--yes,
three--small churches, and the greater part of a large one,
the spire of St. Petro--"
The Keeper of the Gate lifted his hand.
"Wait," he said; "we know all these things. They were not ill
But they were all marked and used as foundation for the name and
John Weightman in the world. Did you not plan them for that?"
"Yes," answered the man, confused and taken aback, "I confess
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Unconscious Comedians by Honore de Balzac:
to launch me in a career and to protect me-- Oh, you MUST; I want a
place, a place suitable to my capacity, to such as I am, a place were
I can make my fortune.' Massol was just about to put his compatriot
neck and crop out of the door with some brutal speech, when the rustic
ended his appeal thus: 'I don't ask to enter the administration where
people advance like tortoises--there's your cousin, who has stuck in
one post for twenty years. No, I only want to make my debut.'--'On the
stage?' asked Massol only too happy at that conclusion.--'No, though I
have gesture enough, and figure, and memory. But there's too much wear
and tear; I prefer the career of PORTER.' Massol kept his countenance,
and replied: 'I think there's more wear and tear in that, but as your