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Dear Furture Self,

So you have made it this far? I’m proud. Hopefully you’ve got a beautiful loving family.

Has climate change slowed down? If it hasn’t try to use less electricity, it really melts the icebergs up north and down south. Try and help this world as much as you can, you of all people should know how amazing it is, with the things it has done for you. It’s time to give back to this amazing planet of yours.

Hope you and everyone is doing well

Love,
2020 self

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