Now what do we have here?
It seems to be a shimmer in the dirt, perhaps,
Maybe it could be a precious stone;
Or, it could be just a piece of debris.
The only way to know is to examine it more closely, like I do everytime I come across such things.
If it proves to be futile, I'll simply laugh and throw it back down to the ground;
Or I may keep this worthless piece of shiny nothingness, and stuff it in my pocket until I get home and add it to my collection of random things I find.
However, if this isn't just a random shiny object, and it is a precious stone,
Well then I would nurture it, clean it, polish it, and give it to an unexpected person, as a gift at an unexpected time.
See, shiny objects are fun to receive unexpectedly, but there's so many, and they are freely given;
Just like the joy of giving such things to a person who may need a little shimmer, so they may shine brighter than the sun.
It's not necessarily the object in question that brings such happiness, but rather it's the reminder that someone thought of you, took time creating such a gift, and then freely and unexpectedly gave this item they are proud of.
A shimmer of hope, in all circumstances and to all parties.
Love is not lost,
We will always have a shimmering Light
Because We ARE The Light