More Messages to the Future
Dear Nuriel, Eliran, and Rotem,
Sometimes I think we will never make it, but I know we must keep trying.
Happy 34th birthday my son.
To laugh at our efforts as they were on such a small scale, too small some would say to make a difference, and then smile when we think about the number families just like ours that did the same thing.
I think a lot about where the right place to live is.
I wonder if in 2050 we will be looking at a future where fear from the changes at hand has caused people to hate rather than love and provide hope. Perhaps in that world we will we no longer comprehend the biblical texts in a meaningful way. Will climate change be the end of the epoch of God?
I’ve been so busy since 2012 working towards getting a price on carbon.
Dear Josh, LeeAnn, & Jessica,
I am very proud to know that You will treat Our Earth, Our Natural Gift, Our Playful Backyard with the same Awesome Respect that We give to each other, as a Family – Knowing that Our Earth, is Your Child Now.
Em fim, espero que você receba essa mensagem, e entenda o quão pequenos nos somos e como é importante preservar o planeta terra.
Dear Hailey and Lily,
We know about this. If we don’t fix this for you, it’s our fault.
To my dear son Zac,
I promise to raise you as a loving-nature human.
Dear Alanna and Valeria,
I promise you to keep trying, to keep educating, to keep pushing our elected officials to act and protect your health now and in the future.
This is just the beginning. It’s the accrual of little seeds of change that will lead to the tree of revolution.
A message from co-founder Jill Kubit:
Writing letters to our kids about climate change is hard. It should be.