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Dear Future Generation,

Dear future generations, i am a couple things to say that ll help the earth last longer and for everyone to have more peace. First, we all need to be more kind to everyone and equality needs to be enforced. The fact that people are still not equal os crazy, all men and women are born equal. Second we need to take care of our earth because we have been doing a pretty bad job at it. It our job and the next generations to fix global warming and save our beautiful world.

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