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Dear me,

I hope by now you managed to take action and help people realize the important role education plays in their lives. I really hoped you managed to decide on your future prospects and your future self, know me better and then only act for the others. Do not forget to let people know why education is so important and that every step that they do is due to education or the lack of it.

Be proud and follow your dream!

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