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Dear future self,

Hello future self. Hope you are well. I wonder what life is like in 2050. I hope you are living it as sustainably as possible. I hope there are these incredible new inventions to benefit the earth. I have many hopes about the future of our earth and how we can help it. The world needs to change so we can save it.

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