I promise to make paper out of trash and improve the visual world.
More Messages to the Future
I wonder if in 2050 we will be looking at a future where fear from the changes at hand has caused people to hate rather than love and provide hope. Perhaps in that world we will we no longer comprehend the biblical texts in a meaningful way. Will climate change be the end of the epoch of God?
In this world that is changing before our eyes, I believe that is our task: standing unflinchingly on the side of love, connecting with others, and forging ahead together.
To the wonderful children of our family – Elayna, Julianna, and James –
There is no issue more important to your future and your friends’ future than stemming climate change.
Despite all the difficulties, we are from a family whose principles are honesty and love for others, and that’s what I want to share with you.
I promise to put in a rain catcher tank.
For my most dear and only daughter,
And I know life more fully because of you whom I live on through.
Dear Beloved Children,
As time progresses, there is hope that value will be placed on all living organisms, including humans, plants, and animals. Life will move at a slower pace, and being on your own time and moving at your individual pace will be the typical way of life. I consider this way of life good living, and I hope that future generations will live on this earth as it was once intended to live in peace and harmony.
I promise to live a car-free lifestyle.
I hope we can pass on a better place to live so that my grandchildren and their future children can enjoy the beauty of nature that our wonderful God has given us.
I haven’t met you yet, but I already know you deserve a better tomorrow.
I promise to try to set up crowd funding for grants to people with realistic proposals to fight climate change.
My act of love will be to use all the power I have, during the rest of my life, to stop climate change.