We Don’t Ever Really Lose Something We’ve Loved, Because We Never Unsee Its Beauty
One day Patrik Svedberg shared on social media the picture of a tree that looked like a piece of broccoli. People liked it. He took more pictures and more people liked those, too. Eventually, the “Broccoli Tree” had its own Instagram account with thousands of followers, became a famous sight for travelers, and was even noted on Google Maps. Svedberg then learned the hard way that “to share something is to risk losing it.” This beautiful chronicle offers the comforting lesson that when we lose something we’ve shared, we don’t have to be alone in our loss.