|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from The Jungle by Upton Sinclair:
house with one of them."
Marija paused for a moment or two, and then she added: "Most of
the women here are pretty decent--you'd be surprised. I used to
think they did it because they liked to; but fancy a woman
selling herself to every kind of man that comes, old or young,
black or white--and doing it because she likes to!"
"Some of them say they do," said Jurgis.
"I know," said she; "they say anything. They're in, and they
know they can't get out. But they didn't like it when they
began--you'd find out--it's always misery! There's a little
Jewish girl here who used to run errands for a milliner, and got
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Mad King by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
Butzow, and above them stood an interne and several
nurses. No sooner had the American regained his scattered
wits than he leaped to the floor. The interne and the nurses
tried to force him back upon the cot, thinking that he was in
the throes of a delirium, and it required his best efforts to
convince them that he was quite rational.
During the melee Butzow regained consciousness; his
wound being as superficial as that of the American, the two
men were soon donning their clothing, and, half-dressed,
rushing toward the outer gate.
The interne had told them that when he had reached the
The Mad King
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Oakdale Affair by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
pose from the kindling wood, withdrew the eggs one
at a time from the can.
"But we have no cups!' exclaimed The Oskaloosa Kid,
in sudden despair.
Bridge laughed. "Knock an end off your egg and the
shell will answer in place of a cup. Got a knife?"
The Kid didn't. Bridge eyed him quizzically. "You
must have done most of your burgling near home," he
"I'm not a burglar!" cried the youth indignantly. Some-
how it was very different when this nice voiced man
The Oakdale Affair