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Querido amanhã,

Seria repetitivo falar sobre a ambição descomedida do homem ao realizar suas obras na Terra, ao avançar com seus progressos econômicos, muitas das vezes sem qualquer responsabilização. Todavia, é indissociável falar de economia sem falar dos demais aspectos sociais, tais como o meio ambiente. Então, é muito mais relevante focar num futuro de sustentabilidade econômico-social e ambiental, com implementação de medidas racionais, para o bem do futuro das nações. E é com medidas conscientes de toda a população Terrena que alcançaremos um equilíbrio efetivo de sobrevida global. Assim, estaremos cada vez mais próximo de vermos os nossos rios, mares límpidos e os peixes borbulhando vidas como as nossas. Talvez seja uma utopia de criança rever nas margens da Baía de Guanabara peixinhos nos visitar. Ar, água pura e cristalina …. Isso jaz 30 anos de descaso e falta de comprometimento por quem deveria fazê-lo. Ainda há tempo. Vamos contribuir ao economizar luz, água e mais participação política, cobrando, reivindicando de nossos legítimos representantes. A cada cidadão que planta e cultiva uma semente, estaremos rumo a um futuro próximo sustentável e habitável. Ame-se e ame a natureza de Deus.

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