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Dear Humanity,

I hope when you received this message you can still enjoy some of the green of nature and you can breathe without a mask. I am feeling guilty for what we did and continue doing to this world. We are using and abusing of our resources and pretending that we are not aware of the consequences. We know that the way of living now will affect your existence, but not many of us is willing to change the way of living. I know it is not much, but I would like to apologize to all of you for what we had done. We have been egotistic and I am shame of this attitude, but I want you to know that I am working on making changes. My family and I are working so you can have a safe and breathable environment. We want to see green landscape and enjoy nature at fullest.

 

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