|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence:
inexhaustive realm of abstract forms, and creativity with its shifting
character ever determined afresh by its own creatures, and God, upon
whose wisdom all forms of order depend.''--There, that's how he winds
Connie sat listening contemptuously.
'He's spiritually blown out,' she said. 'What a lot of stuff!
Unnimaginables, and types of order in graves, and realms of abstract
forms, and creativity with a shifty character, and God mixed up with
forms of order! Why, it's idiotic!'
'I must say, it is a little vaguely conglomerate, a mixture of gases,
so to speak,' said Clifford. 'Still, I think there is something in the
Lady Chatterley's Lover
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Life of the Spider by J. Henri Fabre:
produce durable work and to strengthen their toils with a cross-
ribbon. The other Epeirae, who are put to less expense in the
fabrication of their maternal wallet--a mere pill--are unacquainted
with the zigzag binder and, like the younger Spiders, reconstruct
their web almost nightly.
My fat neighbour, the Angular Epeira, consulted by the light of a
lantern, shall tell us how the renewal of the net proceeds. As the
twilight fades, she comes down cautiously from her day-dwelling;
she leaves the foliage of the cypresses for the suspension-cable of
her snare. Here she stands for some time; then, descending to her
web, she collects the wreckage in great armfuls. Everything--
The Life of the Spider
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Options by O. Henry:
as well to send him a note in reply? Just a line would do."
"No, I won't bother about that," said Nevada, gayly. "Gilbert will
understand--he always does. I never rode in an automobile in my life;
but I've paddled a canoe down Little Devil River through the Lost
Horse Canon, and if it's any livelier than that I'd like to know!"
Two months are supposed to have elapsed.
Barbara sat in the study of the hundred-thousand-dollar house. It was
a good place for her. Many places are provided in the world where men
and women may repair for the purpose of extricating themselves from
divers difficulties. There are cloisters, wailing-places, watering-