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Dear Future Earth,

Dear future earth, how are doing?

I hope your doing a lot better then you are now. I hope human beings see the harm they are causing you and that if they don’t change one day there will no longer be a you. I hope that you are once again filled with beautiful forests, diverse wild life, and clean crisp air.

As of the moment I’m enjoying the time I have with you and exploring all the beauty you have to offer. While writing this letter I’m bobbing to Bruno Mars’s 24K Magic, amazing song really, but not as amazing as you. Corny right?

Now when it comes to writing and expressing my thoughts I’m not the best and you can ask my college profs about that. But I hope you are healthy and happy and providing a safe home for any family members that I have in the future.

I sincerely apologize for all the pain we have caused you in the years that I am writing this. But as a species that has come from you, I hope that we as a species have realized how much we need you to live a healthy life. Well, this is as far as I thought I could write, so imma go now.

Stay Safe, my home.

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