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Dear Tomorrow,

There’s so much to say but little time to write. I want you to know that we know what is happening on the planet. Glaciers have melted, sea levels are rising and global temperatures are the highest they’ve been. Humanity is at a crossroad and we need everyone to act. I want to say I am and I will continue to do my part to save this beautiful world we live in even if it’s not possible to change the outcome you may be experiencing. If we succeed, then you will know we did it together. If we fail, then I pray that you forgive us.

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