We, young ethical explorers, thank you for being our home. In gratitude, we promise to plant trees, save food and water, keep the air and  ocean waters clean, not litter and waste paper. We love earth. Young Ethical Explorers @New York Society for Ethical Culture

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Dear Earth,

We, young ethical explorers, thank you for being our home. In gratitude, we promise to plant trees, save food and water, keep the air and  ocean waters clean, not litter and waste paper.

We love earth.

Young Ethical Explorers @New York Society for Ethical Culture

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