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Dear future generations,

2019 is the year i’m writing this to you and i’m sorry if it’s not the best but i’m trying my best to write you a letter that you can read when you’re grown. As of right now i’m in my sophomore year going into junior year and i’m preparing myself to have a good future with you in it. I hope that when your in your in highschool to have the time of your life and enjoy it because many people can’t, but I don’t want you to do anything bad. I would like for you to do good in school, I know that you might think school is a waste of time but it’s not because school is a place where you get to prepare yourself for a good job/future. I hope that when you’re born and grown this earth will be in good conditions and not have as much pollution. I promise i’ll try to do my best for you to have a good health.

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