|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Polly of the Circus by Margaret Mayo:
careful act like mine. There's a girl, Eloise, in our bunch,
what does a SHOWY act on a horse what Barker calls Barbarian.
She goes on in my place sometimes-- and say, them rubes applauds
her as much as me, an' her stunts is baby tricks alongside o'
mine. It's enough to make you sick o' art." She shook her head
dolefully, then sat up with renewed interest.
"You see, mine is careful balancin' an' all that, an' you got ter
know your horse an' your ground for that. Now you get wise ter
what I'm a-tellin' yer, and don't you NEVER go into ANYTHIN' what
depends on ANYTHIN' else."
"Thank you, Polly, I won't." Douglas somehow felt that he was
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Aeroplanes and Dirigibles of War by Frederick A. Talbot:
E. The explosion takes place in the line of sight of B, who
knows that he has fired short of the balloon because the latter
is eclipsed by the smoke. But the two observers see that it is
very short, and here again the explosion appears to O1 to have
occurred to the right of the target, while to O2 it has evidently
burst to the left of the aerostat, as revealed by the relation of
the position of the balloon to the bursting of the shell shown in
A third round is fired, and the shell explodes at F. In this
instance the explosion takes place below the balloon. Both the
observers and the artillery man concur in their deductions upon
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Koran:
all what my Lord inspires me; verily, He is the hearing, the nigh!'
And couldst thou see when they are scared, and there shall be no
escape, and they shall be taken from a place that is nigh. And they
say, 'We believe in it.' But how can they partake of it from a distant
place? They misbelieved before, and conjectured about the unseen
from a distant place. And there shall be a barrier between them and
that which they lust after; as we did with their fellow sectaries
before; verily, they were in hesitating doubt.
THE CHAPTER OF THE ANGELS
IN the name of the merciful and compassionate God.