The world is changing and it is happening fast.

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Dear Sinchi,

Hi beautiful. How have you been doing? Did you finish high school? Pass? Get into your wanted uni? Are you a journalist now? A teacher? Are you perhaps a doctor? (Haha you and I both know that isn’t happening). 

I hope you’ve been doing well. I am writing this to you or to me, to us to talk to you about something I want you to do. The world is changing and it is happening fast. I am sure that by the time you read this, there’ll be a lot less nature and a lot more scary tall buildings. I want you to understand how significant one person’s actions can have on the environment. Seriously, donate, adopt an animal, go on a trip and help out somewhere in the world. I genuinely hope you are doing ok. In the midst of everything that is happening in the world, it is so important for you to maintain yourself and continue being the strangely intriguing person you are. I want you to remember the parts of life that matter the most. Aside from family and friends, there is the whole earth you are living on right now, and changes need to happen. We both know that politics isn’t our area of expertise, but I urge you to speak yourself. I want you to do one of the things I told you, the more the better. Remember how we used to go and play at the park, or freak out yet have the best time at Somersby Waterfalls? Don’t let technology and its advancements make you forget parts of life that have shaped the person you are today. 

Hey Sinchi, You nice. Keep going.

P.S. If you are a journalist, have you done ANYTHING about BTS? Do you still love them? Please tell me you do? Have you travelled to places? Bora Bora? 

xx Probably the better version of you 🙂

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