|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Cromwell by William Shakespeare:
Come, out the good people: run afore there, ho!
[Friskiball riseth, and stands a far off.]
Aye, we are kicked away, now we come for our own;
the time hath been he would a looked more friendly
upon us. And you, Hodge, we know you well enough,
though you are so fine.
Come hither, sirrah.--Stay, what men are these?
My honest Host of Hounslow and his wife!
I owe thee money, father, do I not?
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Tono Bungay by H. G. Wells:
and the third's a girl's hairpin. I never see such a ship. You
can't find any of 'em. Last time I came this way I did find
hairpins anyway, and found 'em on the floor of the captain's
cabin. Regular deposit. Eh?... Feelin' better?"
At which I usually swore.
"Oh, you'll be all right soon. Don't mind my puffin' a bit?
He never tired of asking me to "have a hand at Nap. Good game.
Makes you forget it, and that's half the battle."
He would sit swaying with the rolling of the ship and suck at his
pipe of blond tobacco and look with an inexpressibly sage but
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Glinda of Oz by L. Frank Baum:
mainland, where our friends from the Emerald City are
It didn't take long to put more powder in the basin,
light it and utter the syllable "EE!" The result was
that a door in the basement opened and the steel bridge
moved out, extended itself joint by joint, and finally
rested its far end on the shore of the lake just in
front of the encampment.
"Now," said Glinda, "we can go up and receive the
congratulations of the Skeezers and of our friends of
the Rescue Expedition."
Glinda of Oz