Returning, he knows that things cannot be brought back to how they were, but only how they are. Returned, the possession of the possessor wants to simply function, but the fear of loss presents apprehension.. it is not the returners purpose, to absolve fear, for he cannot choose what to return, only to be the returner of things.. Truly, the things help the returner, return, so returning the things, is not a purpose, but simply a show of gratitude, a show of thanks.. Almost as if the returner himself, thanks the possessor for allowing him to find what was lost.