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Dear meir,

The world is a gift that is only made possible by one god. We have a responsibility that we must keep it healthy to be able to continue life on earth. I know that the world has made too much pollution and has cut down rainforests. It is a big concern of how much we consume and waste and destroy.

I hope for my future grandchildren, if there will be any, that the world has gotten better. And that energy is used naturally. I hope solar power and wind power electric cars have become a real thing and that global warming is almost fixed or is gone. Please take care of our earth.

Everything depends on the present choices. Each individual counts. You, my precious baby, were given a good birthplace. United States is a prosperous country and you are a New York native. You are blessed with opportunity. If I am still alive I will be 83 years old. I hope I can read this with you. I love you kids!!!

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