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Dear Tomorrow,

Dear future generations, I may not mean anything to you but you mean a lot to me because I put all my hopes and dreams in you! Be better than me! Be more generous than I have ever been! Be stronger than me! Be everything I ‘ve ever wanted to be! And always put your hopes in the future generations!

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