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Dear tomorrow,

Don’t make the same mistakes we did. Don’t be as selfish as those who don’t care about what is happening to the earth. Grown ups are trying to move humanity to another planet instead of trying to fix the one we messed up. Global warming is getting worse and there’s more plants and animals dying because of us. We messed up the world not only for us humans but also for other animals and plants. Help us try to fix our mistake because this is the only world we have.

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