Quiero que puedas decirme que lo hemos logrado, y que el mundo hoy es un poquito mejor porque nosotras pusimos de nuestra parte.

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Querida Futuro Yo,

Si estamos en el 2030 ya debes tener unos 36 años, espero que hayas continuado con los deseos que tengo yo en estos momentos de cambiar al mundo, de esparcir el mensaje, de cuidar lo que te rodea, no por ni para ti, pero para todas aquellas inocentes personas que vienen detrás. Espero que más que las ganas, tengas el valor de actuar, que si no lo has hecho, empieces ahora. Tal vez esté alucinando pero, nuestra vocación está más cerca de aprender y explorar para educar que cualquier otra cosa.
Quiero que puedas decirme que lo hemos logrado, y que el mundo hoy es un poquito mejor porque nosotras pusimos de nuestra parte.

Sé que no me decepcionarás y harás que nuestra imaginación, coraje y disciplina nos lleve mucho más lejos de lo que hoy puedo imaginar.

Atentamente,

Tu yo de 22 años…

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