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dear future me,

I hope you are able to experience the world as I have been able to. I hope you are able to breathe a breath of fresh air when you step outside. I hope you are able to look up into the sky and see the billions of stars. I hope you still know the smell after it rains and the way it feels to lie in a grassy field. I hope Australia’s beautiful beaches are still beautiful and you can still swim for hours without getting too sunburnt by the harshening sun. I promise to play my part now so that you may enjoy the future like you’re enjoying right now. I hope that the people in power were able to start doing what they’re promising right now, but most importantly, I hope you’re alright. love from, your 2020 self.

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