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Dear Future Family Generations,

I hope you have a better life than I had.  Not saying it wasn’t good but I want yours to be better. I don’t know if I will have kids but this can be for my nieces or nephews. Hopefully I am as successful as I planned so my family generations can have it easier than I had it even if it means anything for me to get it. Please stay religious. I think it’s a good thing to be into and to be personally connected to God. Don’t ever treat someone like you are above them, be respectful of people and the planet. I don’t know how bad the world will be in your generation, but at the rate my generation is ruining it, I hope you guys can somehow fix it. Always help the people who don’t have as much as you do, as my mom says. Also, hopefully you still stick with our family tree traditions and culture. Because I’m the first generation of my family tree to come to the U.S for a better life, yet I know only so much Spanish. I hope you know more than I do to keep our culture alive. Thanks for listening future generation.

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