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Today's Stichomancy for Jessica Alba

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from What is Man? by Mark Twain:

day is far, yes--for he was at this pleasant sport before the Middle Ages drifted by him in the valley; before the Romans marched past, and before the antique and recordless barbarians fished and hunted here and wondered who he might be, and were probably afraid of him; and before primeval man himself, just emerged from his four-footed estate, stepped out upon this plain, first sample of his race, a thousand centuries ago, and cast a glad eye up there, judging he had found a brother human being and consequently something to kill; and before the big saurians wallowed here, still some eons earlier. Oh yes, a day so far back that the eternal son was present to see that first visit; a


What is Man?
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from To-morrow by Joseph Conrad:

But he did not move. He leaned back again, and hummed thoughtfully a bar or two of an out- landish tune.

She felt as if she were about to cry. "That's another of your cruel songs," she said.

"Learned it in Mexico--in Sonora." He talked easily. "It is the song of the Gambucinos. You don't know? The song of restless men. Nothing could hold them in one place--not even a woman. You used to meet one of them now and again, in the old days, on the edge of the gold country, away


To-morrow
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from The Black Arrow by Robert Louis Stevenson:

surrounded, threw down their arms without a word.

"Seize me these fellows!" said the hero of the trumpet; and when his order had been obeyed, he drew near to Dick and looked him in the face.

Dick, returning this scrutiny, was surprised to find in one who had displayed such strength, skill and energy, a lad no older than himself - slightly deformed, with one shoulder higher than the other, and of a pale, painful, and distorted countenance. (2) The eyes, however, were very clear and bold.

"Sir," said this lad, "ye came in good time for me, and none too early."