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Dear future generation,

By the time you’re reading this the world will be hopefully better or it will be a lot worse. I will try to make an impact to change things, but I can’t do everything on my own if I choose to do something about it. We’re leaving the world up to you guys to make a change and fix our mess. I hope you guys will make a change because if you don’t the world as you know it won’t last long.

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