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Today's Stichomancy for Paul Newman

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Catriona by Robert Louis Stevenson:

matter you design to meddle in, I can only pray God that it may prove sufficient."

CHAPTER IV - LORD ADVOCATE PRESTONGRANGE

MY kinsman kept me to a meal, "for the honour of the roof," he said; and I believe I made the better speed on my return. I had no thought but to be done with the next stage, and have myself fully committed; to a person circumstanced as I was, the appearance of closing a door on hesitation and temptation was itself extremely tempting; and I was the more disappointed, when I came to Prestongrange's house, to be informed he was abroad. I believe it was true at the moment, and for some hours after; and then I have no doubt the Advocate came home again, and

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde:

degraded in my own eyes; and I lack courage - I am a coward! [Sits down on sofa.]

LORD DARLINGTON. If I know you at all, I know that you can't live with a man who treats you like this! What sort of life would you have with him? You would feel that he was lying to you every moment of the day. You would feel that the look in his eyes was false, his voice false, his touch false, his passion false. He would come to you when he was weary of others; you would have to comfort him. He would come to you when he was devoted to others; you would have to charm him. You would have to be to him the mask of his real life, the cloak to hide his secret.

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Herland by Charlotte Gilman:

ranges far beyond my own, this superwoman of a superland, saying she thought immortality foolish! She meant it, too.

"What do you WANT it for?" she asked.

"How can you NOT want it!" I protested. "Do you want to go out like a candle? Don't you want to go on and on--growing and --and--being happy, forever?"

"Why, no," she said. "I don't in the least. I want my child-- and my child's child--to go on--and they will. Why should _I_ want to?"

"But it means Heaven!" I insisted. "Peace and Beauty and Comfort and Love--with God." I had never been so eloquent on the subject of religion. She could be horrified at Damnation,


Herland