More Messages to the Future
Creo que debo hacer más. Por ello, he decidido escribir esta breve carta para empezar un proceso en el que vaya escribiendo más cartas, conforme vaya teniendo más claridad de mis posibles contribuciones.
To Annika, Anders, Stella, Eva, and Mickey,
In writing to you, I realize that I don’t want you to be hard on yourself if you choose to not make this your cause. But it is mine, so I hope that you hold me accountable to some of what I wrote here.
Less meat, more on my feet!
My hope for you is that all our legislative efforts and care for the environment makes a difference so that we can wipe asthma out of our family.
Everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime.
Salutations to whoever may be reading this,
I promise to do my part. I promise to be the change I want to see in the world, and I hope that you, reader, will do the same.
Dear fellow human,
May my tomorrow include more attention to these details so that you know that I do care.
My dearest children Ameilia and Alivia,
I want you to hear the whispers of the seasons changing. The rustling of leaves as they gracefully cascade down from their limbs in the fall, birds singing in spring, and frogs that serenade the summer night.
Queridas filhas Ana Luísa e Ana Carla,
Que vocês possam contar para seus filhos e netos que minha geração tomou consciência de sua responsabilidade e assumiu sua condição de natureza e a ela se reintegrou, com inteligência, interação respeitosa e solidariedade.
Dear Future Grandchild,
We can learn a lot about how to treat others from stories that have been passed from generation to generation.
I promise to become more educated on the global issues that face populations I can’t see
I promise to work with my family and neighbors to reduce carbon output.