Everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime.

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Dear son,

Nature is a must essential. I have in my experience everyone should be grow at least 100 trees in his lifetime. Because the tree only the thing help others. No one can help that situation we faced in future. Notify the tree is the only must ever to leads our future.

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