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Dear Earth,

I really don’t understand why some people disregard you and your system. I don’t understand why people don’t care about extreme climate events and temperatures when they are knocking our door every day and every second. I ask myself: can’t they see the risk we’re willing to take and the time we’re losing to save the world? I can’t understand why they refuse to use clean energy, when it is good for us and for you, when its benefits are welcome for the whole world! Why? Why so much arrogance and opposition to what is the right way to go? Why delay in acting? It’s like we want to suffer, to prove it deeply, just to see where we’ll arrive in this old way! Well, I just hope someday everyone will wake up before it’s too late. Oh, I forgot. We are already late! My dream is to wake up someday and see a world that is taking care of nature and is being run on clean energy. Is it possible Earth? Is it an illusion? I hope not. Take care.

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