A little kid visited California's Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks where they spotted a nice pine cone that they coveted. The child took the gift out of its natural home and into their pocket, only to be hit with an overwhelming sense of guilt. The child, who likely had some prodding from parents, returned the cone with a very thoughtful note.
The national park posted the kid's note with the addendum that taking pine cones isn't cool, and that technically that wasn't a regular old pine cone.
In case you're having trouble reading the note: