I promise to use less electricity and water. To use public transportation. Also recycle containers n’ such and develop water wheel generating systems as well as perpetual motion systems.
More Messages to the Future
I pledge to stop using plastic bags.
The journey of humanity does not take us to Mars like the world now likes to believe. It takes us home to our true self where there is no separate self. Where we are all one. You know all this. Look after yourself my child, look after your brother, your friends, your children, all the animals and the whole planet. Love them like there is no tomorrow.
I promise I will do whatever I can to protect and preserve mother Earth for future generations.
dear future people (:
I hope that people are still enjoying the wonders that nature has to offer.
Dear Me of Tomorrow,
I plan to plant more things this spring, as we do every year in our garden.
Dear Future Me,
I promise that I will change my behavior to benefit our trees.
I promise those who walked the Earth before me and those who will walk the Earth after me that I will not stand by and let nature slip through my fingers.
I’m not allowed to talk about climate change around family; as my mom warned me, “climate change is not something that people think about in Mississippi.” But I’m worried for my family’s future.
A love letter to my son
I hope this year is a real turning point and by the time you’re a teenager, your life is powered almost entirely by clean energy like solar and wind.
Dear Anabelle and Bruce,
My desire is for clean air, clean water, rich soil, and healthy nutritious food for you and all children always everywhere.
Dear Hannah, Harper and future baby of Ryan and Colleen Lane,
I will not stop fighting for a more sustainable future, your future.
My dear daughters,
I will use my voice to help bring awareness about climate change.