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Dear My future children,

Before you read this I want you to know the kids from 2017-2019 had so much technology they didn’t appreciate what they really had out their in the real world. I promise to you, my precious children you guys will be living in a real world not this so call world where we mostly have our lives behind a screen. I understand technology is so amazing and mind blowing but the world is slowly ending. Technology will always be there throughout the years, it will be more advanced than ever. This world can just end one day. Hopefully the world opens their eyes to not put so much effort in technology and they should put an effort in things that we don’t have promised tomorrow. I’m excited to meet you my children, I’m going to take you places I wish I have gone my childhood.

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