Amid this pandemic, I see our potential to sacrifice together to save our planet. I do not know what I can do, let alone promise. But I will work to bend your hearts and minds (and generation of parents’) toward a more collaborative world.

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Dear three,

Amid this pandemic, I see our potential to sacrifice together to save our planet. I do not know what I can do, let alone promise. But I will work to bend your hearts and minds (and generation of parents’) toward a more collaborative world.

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