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Dear Future Generations,

These past generations have not taken good care of our earth and its precious belongs. For that I am sorry. There are no excuses to why we are here now. I hope that you all are able to help and be a big part at taking care of this world and make a difference. I hope you all take a step back and realize a change must be done, and I’m sorry we were unable to succeed at doing that. No change is small enough to affect positively, so I encourage all of you to begin making those changes soon. Please. We must come together productively to help our glorious earth and its magnificent oceans and forests, because before we know it they all may disappear in front of us.

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