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Dear Future self,

I hope you still are playing sports and working hard. By then we will be old we will be 44 in 2050 that is crazy. I hope that all your dreams are accomplished and that the world is safer because of you in any way that you can big or small. I hope that climate change isn’t a problem anymore. I wonder what the world will be like then maybe cars will actually fly or there is no more poverty in the world. I promise that I will try my hardest I can at anything I do so that I have the best outcome for my future, I want the best thing I can have for my future self. I wonder what else will have changed in 2050. Lets find out what the future beholds.
Thanks Aiden

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