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Dear Tomorrow,

Take advantage of the resources that are available to you. Do not think to yourself that you cannot make an impact because you are only one person. The power of one is greater than the power of none. Start to make environmentally conscious decisions now, so later on you are not telling yourself I wish I had started earlier. Apply that to everything you do in your life, take advantage and live in the moment, so you can live in a better tomorrow. When you first get your license, I know what it’s like to have your friends in the car and you want to drive fast to look cool. It’s not worth it, you’re burning way more gas to only be a few minutes early, at the risk of your own and your friends lives. At one point in your life you will tell your 20 year old broke self, “Damn, I wish I bought a car that didn’t eat up so much gas, so I could have more money to go out with my friends.” Get the environmentally friendly car, it will make a huge difference on your wallet, and you can feel GOOD about where you want to go by knowing you are making an impact!

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