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Querida descendencia,

Soy Macarena Nava de Argentina actualmente tengo 22 años, no tengo hijos aun.

Pasamos por una situación terrible en este 2017. Contaminacion, talas, incendios forestales ,muertes de animales y personas por contaminacion, cambios climaticos graves y devastadores, lo mas grave gbiernos corruptos y con sed de dinero a toda costa.Incluso a cambio de quitarle años a los habitantes de este planeta.

La mayoría de la gente en el planeta no logra entender lo importante de respetar el ecosistema.Se aferran a ellos mismos y piensan solamente en sus vidas y no se dan cuenta de quien los rodea.

Hay un grupo grande en todo el mundo que se da cuenta y trata de volver atras y solucionar los problemas de un sistema capitalista que esta terminando con nuestro planeta. No se si lo vamos a lograr o si van a empeorar las cosas. Lo único que se es que si fallamos nos perjudica a todos y si ganamos seremos salvos todos.

Escribo esta carta para perdirles perdón, si es que están sufriendo por su predecesores y les ruego que si todo se resolvió lo mantengan asi, no den nada por sentado.

En este planeta cada cosa se sustenta con la otra si el equilibrio se rompe todo se cae.

Hagan caso a las señales de la naturaleza y piensen en el futuro.

Inviertan en un futuro mejor.

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