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Dear Tomorrow,

I hope there are still trees around you, animals to look at and clean air to breathe. I hope that the people of my generation have begun considering your lives more closely than their own, and that more people have understood that there needs to be more done for the future rather than themselves.

I’m sorry for the destruction, on my behalf and on behalf of my generation as well. We could have done so much more for you but we were too selfish, and too lazy to realize it.

I hope you can take our mistakes as lessons, and realize it’s not all about you but about the future as well. And that you have learned to be much more selfless than us. Observe your suffrage, and realize that you can save the suffrage of many others ahead of you.

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