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Dear Athena,

Congratulations on making it to 2050, no mean feat. There is endless love for you, I promise to make each day in 2022 better than the last, 1 little movement at a time. I promise to plant as many trees and seeds and greenery as possible.

I promise to stop being a shitty little rebellious daughter myself, and trusting the goodness of others, and create space for the potential they have to become. I will keep learning about gardening, karma, yoga, and kindness. I hope the world from your perspective is a lot greener and safer. Love Mum

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