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Dear Future Self,

Our world is changing really badly because of Climate Change and Global Warming. Families are dying of old age and we are going to die of Global Warming. You have to enjoy life while cleaning up for every mess that humans of the past have made in this world. You must promise yourself that to take care of the earth for as long as you live. One thing makes a big difference.

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