|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Tales of the Klondyke by Jack London:
"Unt dey can't shoot him, or hit him mit a club over der head
alongside, or do nodings more mit him?"
"Goot! You hear vot Kentucky speaks, all you noddleheads? Now I
talk mit Bill. You know der piziness, Bill, und you hang me up
brown, eh? Vot you say?"
"'Betcher life, an', Jan, if yeh don't give no more trouble ye'll
be almighty proud of the job. I'm a connesoor."
"You haf der great head, Bill, und know somedings or two. Und you
know two und one makes tree--ain't it?"
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Street of Seven Stars by Mary Roberts Rinehart:
Harmony's problem was yet unsolved. Also she had called him
Also he had said he was not in love with her. Was he so sure of
At midnight, just as Peter, rolled in the bedclothing, had
managed to warm the cold concavity of his bed and had dozed off,
Anna Gates knocked at his door.
"Yes?" said Peter, still comfortably asleep.
"It is Dr. Gates."
"Sorry, Doctor--have to 'xcuse me," mumbled Peter from the
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Paradise Lost by John Milton:
To want, and honour these, vouchsafe with us
Two only, who yet by sovran gift possess
This spacious ground, in yonder shady bower
To rest; and what the garden choicest bears
To sit and taste, till this meridian heat
Be over, and the sun more cool decline.
Whom thus the angelick Virtue answered mild.
Adam, I therefore came; nor art thou such
Created, or such place hast here to dwell,
As may not oft invite, though Spirits of Heaven,
To visit thee; lead on then where thy bower