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Dear future,

We’re living in a beautiful planet Earth, but we are also destroying it gradually with our actions and ignorances. However, there are still some of us who care and try to fix the problems. I hope you can still go to Tahoe to see snow and enjoy all your winter activities. I also hope you can go to the poles and see the beauty of ice and snow. I hope you can love, appreciate, and sustain the beauty of our planet because it’s such a unique and amazing place to live.

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