I want us to read this in future time and remember all the senses and views we witnessed.

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My future husband,

If I’m married to my current love, Marko, I hope I will have acknowledged the climate change in 30 years time as I did this winter of 2017 in India, in the most dirty and dusty places, most lovely jungles and breathtaking landscapes. I want us to read this in future time and remember all the senses and views we witnessed and fell in love with that might disappear due to this awful climate change. As I hope our love never vanishes I really hope and believe in the people of India that one day in 2050 when we come back nature will be the same or even better (bigger, wider and more powerful). Love you MARKO.

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