In his 2007 TED talk, JJ Abrams tells the story of a mysterious box his grandfather gave him as a child. That box - full of magic tricks from Tannen's in New York City - was enormously inspiring to Abrams. He never opened it, realizing that the idea of what might be inside of it was possibly more powerful and compelling than the actual contents. In the years that followed, that box inspired him to remember the power and potential of mystery. Like that original mystery box, tonight, we want to know what's most meaningful to you. Around you - in your house, in your office, anywhere - allow us into your world and show us one particular object that is significant, meaningful, or in some way inspiring to you. It could be something simple - JJ's was just a kraft paper bag - but the meaning was far greater. Take a photo of the object and post it in response to this forum thread, along with a short description of why it means so much to you. You have until 7:30pm EST tomorrow, Sunday, March 2nd to submit your image and description - a full 24 hours to enter! After time is up, we will go through every entry and select an image/description that we believe is the most significant. That person will walk away with 1,000 Elite Member Points and their very own Mystery Box, on the house. We all have something that means a lot to us. We are looking forward to reading about what means a lot to you, and why!