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Dear Future Friends,

I have no idea where our world is headed. Whether light comes in to make our days positive or darkness overshadows the sky, uncertainty seems to arise within our focus of saving the environment. From homes being lost to families disconnected, wildfires have been a reoccurring, devastating problem to the state of California. While I am unsure what’s to happen next if this natural disaster ever occurs, I hope the people of the future see a healthier, positive land without the loss of any life.

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