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Hello brothers and sisters of the future,

First of all I would like to say sorry that you inherited a more messed up world than we did, I am an obese guy, I have my doubts that I will be alive when you read this messages in the future. I might have died due to heart attack or diabetes. I want to give the world the best that I have while I still can. I want  to tell those who are living in the future the importance of kindness, forgiveness, bravery compassion and selflessness. I want to quote a favourite quote of mine ‘as much as things are bad now, things would be worse if all of us do not give our best. Hope you guys make us and the human race proud and forgive us for the devastation we caused in earth.

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