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Dear son,

I don’t think you’re streets will see loads of crime I think you’ll see law enforcers with moderate protection ample in diplomacy and fairness. I think your fellow citizens will all carry themselves well with good bearing and graceful poise. I imagine you as custodians of nature. I imagine you will learn from nature, how it ‘works’ and use this rapport to create the technologies you’ll need. Your relationships may be long term and you will know your roles for lifetimes not just a decade.

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