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Dear children,

Hi lovelies,

How is your day going? I promise to keep fighting for a better world for you and your children, and for all of us. It is possible, the planet has so many gifts and abundance. There are many creatures and beings that understand how to live in balance, and we forgot for a while, but we are beginning a slow remembering. I hope it is not too late.

Love you to all the stars and back,
Rachel

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