On May 23, 2010, the cultural phenomenon of ABC’s Lost concluded after six years.
From 2004 to 2010, Lost was a ubiquitous component of pop culture.
At a time when we were still getting a new Harry Potter book every several years, I likened Lost to reading a few pages every week.
People leave and things end and suffering is one of life’s few actual constants: All of these are the agonizing but ever-present themes of Lost.
I’m aware that Lost isn’t your typical comfort TV, but I relished rediscovering this series because it reminded me of who I am and how I became her.

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