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Dear Tomorrow,

Our world was not always the way it appears now. The world we live in today has changed so much compared to how it used to be. As time passed by, stubborn individuals did not want to take care of our planet. They did not want to believe in climate change or maybe they simply did not care. Living in denial cost us our beautiful oceans, snowy mountains, delicious foods and homes. We now live in a dry and hot planet in which we barely are able to survive due to the decreasing amount of resources as the world continues to deteriorate as each day passes. It may now be too late to go back and reverse the damage that has been done. All of the opportunities we had seem to have disappeared. People that did not want to listen have cost us our once beautiful planet. I hope that future generations do not have to suffer the way we are now suffering. I hope we can still reverse the damage we have done.

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