|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Shadow out of Time by H. P. Lovecraft:
was I able to gain a clear hint of what they looked like.
were veiled suggestions of a monstrous plasticity, and of temporary
lapses of visibility, while other fragmentary whispers referred
to their control and military use of great winds. Singular whistling
noises, and colossal footprints made up of five circular toe marks,
seemed also to be associated with them.
It was evident that
the coming doom so desperately feared by the Great Race - the
doom that was one day to send millions of keen minds across the
chasm of time to strange bodies in the safer future - had to do
Shadow out of Time
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Z. Marcas by Honore de Balzac:
to make thirty sous a day, the sum strictly answering to his needs.
Meditation had leveled a desert all round him. He read the papers to
be informed of what was going on. Pozzo di Borgo had once lived like
this for some time.
Marcas, no doubt, was planning a serious attack, accustoming himself
to dissimulation, and punishing himself for his blunders by
Pythagorean muteness. But he did not tell us the reasons for his
It is impossible to give you an idea of the scenes of the highest
comedy that lay behind this algebraic statement of his career; his
useless patience dogging the footsteps of fortune, which presently
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from 1492 by Mary Johntson:
found a chance-left lane of vision down which much might
The Queen composed herself , in her chair. ``This is the
position, Master Manuel?'' The fair man, so fine and quick
that I loved to look at him, bowed and stepped back to his
canvas, where he took up his brush and fell to work. The
Queen and the Archbishop began to speak earnestly together.
Words and sentences floated to Juan Lepe standing by the
arras. The Queen made thoughtful pauses, looking before
her with steady blue eyes and a somewhat lifted face. I
noted that when she did this Manuel Rodriguez painted