It is now 2016.
Hopefully by now, we can finally convince them to slow the Climate increases and weather weirdness before we as a species are severely removed from the planet.
I promise to do my very best to educate your parents as best I can.
The road I learned to ride my bike on, the field where I kicked my first soccer ball, and the park I ate my first ice cream cone at, could all be gone.
The journey of humanity does not take us to Mars like the world now likes to believe. It takes us home to our true self where there is no separate self. Where we are all one. You know all this. Look after yourself my child, look after your brother, your friends, your children, all the animals and the whole planet. Love them like there is no tomorrow.
Everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime.
A love letter to my son
I hope this year is a real turning point and by the time you’re a teenager, your life is powered almost entirely by clean energy like solar and wind.
I promise to purchase carbon offsets when we fly.
I know it’s long past time to wake up. You deserve a future in which drought, famine, and war are not all your children ever know; the choices my generation makes now will determine your future.
One day ten or twenty years from now, when you look back from the future, you will be able to clearly see the entire path.
This is just the beginning. It’s the accrual of little seeds of change that will lead to the tree of revolution.
Please know that I have tried very hard to be one of those people, to even make the smallest of changes in order to improve the world for you and your future.
Dear Granddaughter Rosalia,
This is my heritage for you my beautiful cacheticos de melon.
Dear Future Ryan,
I promise to be a knight in the campaign of truth seeking.