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Dear Tomorrow,

In the world of 2020, we are living in an uncertain time with an unprecedented event, that being covid 19. The world as we know it is changing, individuals are distancing themselves from one another, and panicking about what the future may hold. But in the midst of all this is a better tomorrow. The earth is drastically improving as we bunker down. We are wasting, emitting, and polling less as a result of this. Water and air quality all throughout the world is starting to get better. In the year 2030 I expect that the world will change, more precautions will be taken in consideration of health and earth quality. I wish for a better tomorrow, as it is a day away. 

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