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Dear Nieces and Nephews,

I tried. Each day in my today, I make it a point to learn a new way to make a difference and to implement what I learn so you can have a better tomorrow. I hope you respect Mother Nature and Science. These are great entities that deserve your worship and care. They will persist well into the future, beyond human existence. I hope that you and all people of your tomorrow understand that all other species on earth have equal importance to humans. I hope humans remember with shame that in the past we subjugated those who love the sweetness of life as much as we. I hope that in your tomorrow you are looking at and loving a great abundance of species on earth. I hope that what seems like a small gathering of people who care about your tomorrow today soon becomes a great army of people who can work together in harmony to clean up today’s messes so that you can have clean air, water and healthy food. I hope you are loving your neighbors (all of them around the globe) and above all, I hope you are loving all creatures great and small. I love you.

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