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Dear Future grandchildren,

I can’t begin to imagine what you all have experienced so far in your lives, I hope I’m still alive whenever you read this. I wish the people of today would understand that its or duty to take care of one another and that us humans are all we have, at the end of the day as far as I know its us against the universe. I don’t believe there is a heaven or a hell but simply a cycle of life. No, I don’t believe in reincarnation but I do think that our energy is returned back into the invisible part of life we never see. I don’t think I will be remember for saying anything special in this but I want people to stop screwing each other as if they’re not hurting themselves in one way or another.

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