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Dear Maya Boyce,

I promise to try my best (and more) to continue your late brother’s amazing legacy of helping the planet in every way he could. He was one of the most funny, loving, and talented people ever. He truly set himself apart from other humanitarians by not just telling others to do something, but also doing it himself. He will always be God’s best angel!

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