May my tomorrow include more attention to these details so that you know that I do care.

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Dear fellow human,

I have gone through this day with too little attention to the cost I effected on this earth so that I could work for a living, eat meals, have a warm home, wear fashionable clothing, experience comfort. That lack of attention has affected you. May my tomorrow include more attention to these details so that you know that I do care. The worries I have today are so minor compared to what they will be for you if I do not attend to the costs my actions have.

With deep respect.
Diana

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