|The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Thus Spake Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche:
But all is alike, nothing is worth while, no seeking is of service, there
are no longer any Happy Isles!"--
Thus sighed the soothsayer; with his last sigh, however, Zarathustra again
became serene and assured, like one who hath come out of a deep chasm into
the light. "Nay! Nay! Three times Nay!" exclaimed he with a strong
voice, and stroked his beard--"THAT do I know better! There are still
Happy Isles! Silence THEREON, thou sighing sorrow-sack!
Cease to splash THEREON, thou rain-cloud of the forenoon! Do I not already
stand here wet with thy misery, and drenched like a dog?
Now do I shake myself and run away from thee, that I may again become dry:
thereat mayest thou not wonder! Do I seem to thee discourteous? Here
Thus Spake Zarathustra
|The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Pathology of Lying, Etc. by William and Mary Healy:
looks when her relatives were mentioned. It was true that she
had seen immorality in other households than that of her mother,
and this, of course, rendered her even more skeptical about true
values in life.
It seemed clear that this bright girl had experienced so many
contradictions in life that she was much mixed about it all. We
might venture to suggest that the delinquency involved in lying
could seem very little compared to the actual deeds with which
she had come in contact. No idea that falsification was wrong
was expressed by her. She had used double sets of standards in
behavior all through her life. What she was urged to be and to
|The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Wyoming by William MacLeod Raine:
"Sure thing," he agreed.
"Has that buyer from Cheyenne turned up yet?" she asked,
reverting to business.
"Not yet. Do y'u want I should make the cut soon as he comes?"
"Don't you think his price is a little low--twenty dollars from
"It's a scrub bunch. We want to get rid of them, anyway. But
you're the doctor," he concluded slangily.
She thought a moment. "We'll let him have them, but don't make
the cut till I come back. I'm going to ride over to the Twin