During One Spark 2013 The Temporary Solution set up shop in the Farah and Farah courtyard on Main Street in between Adams and Forsyth in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to the event 667 3.5 x 3.5 inch cubes were "lost" all over the Jacksonville, Florida area. Each cube was stamped with the TTS logo, individually numbered and contained all the information necessary to return the cube to The Temporary Solution during the event. The question we are proposing is simple, if the average person were to come in contact with an object that appeared to be important to someone else, representative of some sort of sentimentality, would that person take the time to return it even if the object did not appear to have any monetary value? Would the average person be kind or choose to ignore this opportunity?