Light and kindness come from little things.
A photon is a tiny thing, ’tis much to small to see,
And each one has but one wavelength, one color it can be;
Yet when a million hit your face you feel a string warm glow
And by their crowds your mind can tell what detailed worlds they show.
A kind thought is a tiny thing, ’tis barely even real
Yet in a crowd they glow quite strong, there’s naught we’d rather feel.