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Dear Generation Alpha,

If you are still alive today, how are you? Have you saved the Earth? Have you found a new planet to re-locate to? If you have please don’t mess it up this time. If you guys haven’t found a new place or haven’t fixed the environment, I promise you that you don’t have much time. By now it has to be too late to try to fix it. Spend as much time as you can with your families, don’t fight with you’re parents, work hard in school, so that when you die your spirit can see that you had a life in the human world.

I wish you the best,
THE WATCHER

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