He traveled far, far away and finally found the flame, with which he lit his light. On his way back he had only one worry: 'That his light could go out.'
On his way home he met someone who was freezing and didn't have any fire and who begged him to give him some of his fire. The man with the light hesitated for a moment. Wasn't his light too precious, much needed to be given away for something ordinary like that? Despite these doubts, he decided to give some of his light to the one who was freezing in the darkness.
During his journey, a great thunderstorm started. He tried to protect his light from the rain and the storm, but at the end his light went out. To return the long way back to the place where the flame was burning was impossible, – but he was strong enough to return to the human being whom he had helped on his way home. And with his light he could light his own again.
This reminds you that light is one of the few things you can give away to others constantly, and not only not lose any for yourself, but actually gain more light in the process. And remember, it only takes a small flame to eradicate a lot of darkness.