|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Tarzan the Untamed by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
Forgetful of everything other than that a weak and defense-
less man was being brutally murdered before her eyes, the girl
cast aside discretion and, rushing to Smith-Oldwick's assist-
ance, seized the uplifted sword arm of the shrieking creature
upon the prostrate Englishman.
Clinging desperately to the fellow she surged backward with
all her weight and strength with the result that she overbal-
anced him and sent him sprawling to the pavement upon his
back. In his efforts to save himself he relaxed his grasp upon
the grip of his saber which had no sooner fallen to the ground
than it was seized upon by the girl. Standing erect beside the
Tarzan the Untamed
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from My Aunt Margaret's Mirror by Walter Scott:
attainment than that which is now so called, and consequently
entitled the successful professor to a proportional degree of
plenary indulgences and privileges. No beau of this day could
have borne out so ugly a story as that of Pretty Peggy
Grindstone, the miller's daughter at Sillermills--it had well-
nigh made work for the Lord Advocate. But it hurt Sir Philip
Forester no more than the hail hurts the hearthstone. He was as
well received in society as ever, and dined with the Duke of A---
the day the poor girl was buried. She died of heartbreak. But
that has nothing to do with my story.
Now, you must listen to a single word upon kith, kin, and ally; I
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from U. S. Project Trinity Report by Carl Maag and Steve Rohrer:
and 19 July. Because the Allied conference in Potsdam, Germany, was
about to begin and the President needed the results of the test as
soon as possible, the TRINITY test organization adjusted its schedules
accordingly and set shot-time at 0400 hours on 16 July (3; 12; 14).
The final preparations for the detonation started at 2200 on 15 July.
To prevent unnecessary danger, all personnel not essential to the
firing activities were ordered to leave the test site. During the
night of 15 July, these people left for viewing positions on Compania
Hill,* 32 kilometers northwest of ground zero. They were joined by
several spectators from LASL (3; 12).
* "Compania" also appears as "Compana," "Campagne," or "Compagna" in