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Dear the world,

My hope for the world is to become more peaceful. In these past years more and more has come up about oppression, privilege, and injustices. It is time to learn from those around us and cherish every one. The world is much better knowing you have millions of friends and those who care about you. The world is a beautiful place we need to focus on taking care of in the process. To take care of this Earth means to cut down on how we live, cherish what we have, realize what we need to do to last until tomorrow. Everyone wants to have an equal chance to have a bright future, let’s make it happen. I hope the world continues to spin, and kindness continues to emanate.

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