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To a safe world,

Dear Tomorrow,

I’m Fatimah a Saudi girl whose living in Jeddah.

I wish I could live longer to see our world better that now. We are living in a planet where a lot of horrible things happens. Don’t ask me why because you will know that through history books. But the most important thing is to learn from the past, to learn how to see, what happened in my generation and the past generations.

Yes, we did destroy our world with our own hands, wars, fires, weapons… etc. But we can change that by putting our hands together we can solve this big problem that’s going to destroy us all, we can stop this and we will.

Save the climate, save the world.
3/3/2017

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