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Dear my friends,

First of all, I hope you are doing alright and the world is doing alright. Secondly, I promise to do whatever I can now to make the world a better place for you. And if I fail, know I tried. You are one of the amazing people in the world now who I know will always fight for justice. Maddie, you are one, Lili, you are one, Chloe, you are one. I pray we never drift apart and work towards a sustainable future, a future where we can be whoever we want and whoever we need to be. You are my world, each one of you forms part of me and I want you to know how grateful I am for each and every one of you.

“if you want to be a rainbow, put up with the rain.” Each one of you is my rainbow, never forget that.

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