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Dear Future Family,

I promise that climate change and everything bad on this earth is gone away by the time your here. So you don’t have to live in fear that something might happen to you and the people you care about. That the world is a better place for your generation.

I hope that in your world, everything is better, cleaner, and healthier. You shouldn’t have to protest and fight your way for a change, people shouldn’t hurt others for money or power. You should live in a world that is equal to everyone and protects one another.

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