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Dear Future Generations,

I hope what we are currently doing to the planet has not affected your way of life and that climate change is being acknowledged. Hopefully, all the beautiful aspects of nature are available to you and not in your textbooks. By the time you get this, California fires will hopefully not be a yearly scare. Finally, I hope nobody is being judged by the color their skin, sexual orientation or religion but by judged by the content of their character.

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