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Dear Future,

I am writing this message in a time of our world’s history that is not the brightest. I hope you, the next generation, do not suffer from the mistakes this and previous generations have made. Climate Change is a real issue, and I hope our country and others will do better in the future.

Nick Davis
2020

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