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need to work to fix our world to have a better tomorrow

im a 45 year old man, but to see the horrific thing that we all do to our world,,im imbarres myself and if we don’t change what we are doing ,,the world that we live in and experience when we were childer ,we won’t get to give the gifts of life to our offspring,,I want to do my part in helping in any terms that I can ,,im a disabled man and have 2 children  ,,, if we dont fix our mistakes ,there won’t be enough time to fix the mistakes that we all have concurred,, I want to see my children and grandchildren experience all the things when I was a child,,,I dont really have a income ,,but will do all I can to have a better tomorrow

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