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Dear all humans, as I care about you all,

To help humanity and the earth survive is why I want to live.

How I decided this was I asked a question something like this, “What could be the best use of my life and ability?” This sort of question and the time I spent learning about climate change, poverty, seeing poverty for myself in Dublin and Kenya, and the knowledge that I possibly could in help all people and the earth have created my current answer.

The answer has changes from helping people in poverty, to trying to prevent global warming, to now wanting to try my best to help humanity in the best way I can, long-term. This includes in my mind trying to reduces the negative impacts of global warming, trying to helping all people in poverty and try to influence others people to have similar aims. These things I plan to try do with my life, as I think it is worth doing.

To possibly decide to try help humanity and the Earth in the best way you can, could you please, with the knowledge in your minds that you maybe could improve life for humans on earth greatly, ask yourself, “What could be the best use of your life and ability?”

Thank you for reading,

Ruairí Moore.

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