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Dear Future Generations,

I have live in the city my whole life and I would not think of living in anywhere else. However, when stress gets a little too much to handle, a walk in the park or just taking a trip to the lake calms me down and makes me feel peaceful again. I don’t know what the future will hold but I am hopeful that the future generations can experience these moments as well.

As of now, severe weather has sprung up in various of locations. There is lava coming out of Hawaii. There are more hurricane occurrences that wipe out cities like it was nothing. It is currently the end of May and we still have cold weather. The actions we are taking right now is not benefiting the world or our own society. For a long time, people are listening about these environmental issues but little have made effort to act to fix these issues. We must make sacrifices now to benefit in the long run. For those in the future generation, I hope the actions we are taking now is helping you in your time and I hope you continue the pattern to help your children as well. I promise to never stop doing what I can to help save the environment in whatever way I can.

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