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Dear Future Generations,

This year really hit the concept of humanities rights. Those of you who know the great suffering we have inflicted to our human society have had a vital correlation to our sense of striving for civil rights. We have, over the years, gotten a better sense of understanding the privilege of justice with the human equality ignoring the race, religion, and the sex, however, we as a united community, are still in the process of completing the whole scenario. We have to have a more open minded moralities that will unite us as a whole and be a part of our planet to restore the great emptiness that have been abandoned for years within. We have to inflict the concept that anger and frustration will always lead to anger and frustration, never to a resolution. Therefore, we as a whole should cooperate and think openly to opportunities to find solution to problems

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