|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from A House of Pomegranates by Oscar Wilde:
'Love is better,' answered the young Fisherman, and he plunged into
the deep, and the Soul went weeping away over the marshes.
And after the second year was over, the Soul came down to the shore
of the sea, and called to the young Fisherman, and he rose out of
the deep and said, 'Why dost thou call to me?'
And the Soul answered, 'Come nearer, that I may speak with thee,
for I have seen marvellous things.'
So he came nearer, and couched in the shallow water, and leaned his
head upon his hand and listened.
And the Soul said to him, 'When I left thee, I turned my face to
the South and journeyed. From the South cometh everything that is
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from At the Earth's Core by Edgar Rice Burroughs:
into the hereafter from which I shall never return.
If you and Ghak should manage to escape I want you to
promise me that you will find Dian the Beautiful and tell
her that with my last words I asked her forgiveness
for the unintentional affront I put upon her, and that my
one wish was to be spared long enough to right the wrong
that I had done her."
Tears came to Perry's eyes.
"I cannot believe but that you will return, David," he said.
"It would be awful to think of living out the balance of my
life without you among these hateful and repulsive creatures.
At the Earth's Core
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Faraday as a Discoverer by John Tyndall:
the current is propagated, he might have rendered great service to
science, both theoretic and experimental.
Rest needed--visit to Switzerland.
The last of these memoirs was dated from the Royal Institution in
June, 1838. It concludes the first volume of his 'Experimental
Researches on Electricity.' In 1840, as already stated, he made his
final assault on the Contact Theory, from which it never recovered.
He was now feeling the effects of the mental strain to which he had
been subjected for so many years. During these years he repeatedly
broke down. His wife alone witnessed the extent of his prostration,