I will ride my bike.
More Messages to the Future
Dear You Tomorrow,
What we failed to do, at least early on, was to see how important it was to put those solutions together. To combine into a way forward.
Dear Future Generations,
I promise to make as many changes to my life as possible to make yours as great as mine.
To My Future Children,
I hope by 2050, our society has taken initiative to be producing energy solely through renewable sources.
Dear A and C,
You are growing up in a time of immense change. In the last two years alone, we’ve learned so much about big and important issues including climate change and the systemic racism that runs through our institutions.
My climate promise is to use a refillable bottle, bring my own resusable spoon/form wherever I go, use clean personal care products (without chemicals).
Dear June and Colin,
I’m sad and angry that collectively more has not been done to this date. And that still with such dire warnings, obvious impacts, those in power are acting far too slowly.
To my Beloved Future Children,
Be fearless – do not be afraid to talk to each other and do not be afraid to fail.
I vow that I will try to make a difference every day, so that you may enjoy the world as I have.
Dear Amara and Uma,
Maybe you heard about bats? Bats, the carriers of this disease that spread among us like wild fire. I love bats. When I was your age today, sitting in the evening on the back terrace of your grandparent’s home in Ibiza, hundreds of bats would play, dance and sing among the trees.
To my future Niece,
While I will work my hardest to create any positive change I can, you must continue this quest. You cannot give up hope, and you must always remember that the beauty on this Earth is worth saving.
Last week I took you to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline.
I promise to use my reusable water bottle more often