I promise to try to make a difference in the world when I grow up. By: Eva

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I promise to try to make a difference in the world when I grow up.

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My Mini & Lou,

Since I first sat down with these words, a pandemic has erupted. Racial violence is reaching a fever pitch and protests are raging across the nation. It feels like the planet is succumbing to entropy, slipping further into chaos. But I write to you from a time of shifting tides.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

Don’t use plastic straws!

 

Dear Students,

My act of love will be to use all the power I have, during the rest of my life, to stop climate change.

 

My dear daughters,

I will use my voice to help bring awareness about climate change.

 

Dear future 82-year old me,

29 years later, I wish I still can ride bike and go some lovely places in nature. Sky is blue and air is fresh, I will be shining under the sun.

 

To my dear son Zac,

I promise to raise you as a loving-nature human.

 

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.

 

Dear Nafia,

I also hope that your previous prayers have been answered. The way you wanted to create green jobs for your fellow city dwellers have been fulfilled already.

 

Dear Tomorrow,

I will opt up to deep green

 

Jeremy M,

My promise is to work to protest carbon emissions.

 

Dear Donatella,

We ran through the woods laughing, crying, and living.

 

Dear Future Kids Like Me,

What I hope for future kids like me is that they continue to ride the groundswell of climate change support all the way into action.

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