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Dear future generations,

I promise to always consider the impact on this world in every task I perform. I promise to view nature and life with an open heart and mind, and appreciate it’s beauty. I promise to be humble and never take Mother Nature for granted. We have one life, one Earth, but multiple opportunities to ensure we leave this world with the same beauty for you that we got to enjoy ourselves.

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