I remember my mother used to tell people that her greatest treasure is her children.
She is right, I am one of her thirteen children. Without children, there will be no future in this world.
On a low tide, combing the beach even without a metal detector, we can find lost articles that have sentimental values on the owners, and I feel mixed feelings for having found them. On the other hand, should I find a sand dollar, I feel so rich.
Your life is priceless treasure.” “Your strength lies in knowledge, your power lies in wisdom, your treasure lies in understanding, and your wealth lies in life.” “Your mind is your wealth. Your heart is your riches. – Quotes in Goodreads
The public library is one of the best places to find treasure in life, knowledge and wisdom from reading books. These children look so comfortable satisfied seating on their own with a stack of books to read.
One of the lost treasures is Noah’s Ark. The legend said that Unicorns did not board the ship and perished when the earth flooded. Alas, I found the lost Unicorn strutting around the city and posed for me to have her photo taken.
When you are the only one that grew up different amongst the sea of purple flowers, consider yourself a gem.
This shrub is right in front of a busy sidewalk where I live. Most times, people will throw their garbage on this bush that I regularly pick up. However, one day I found something else. Do you see what I see hanging in one of the branches?
It’s a solitaire diamond ring, maybe a carat. I don’t know how this ring ended here. My imagination started swirling in my head; a love affair went wrong or a thief’s stash. Who knows. I have no use for a diamond ring, so for now, it’s in the safety deposit box.
But I tell you, my greatest treasures are my cats.