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To Future Generations,

I think you shouldn’t believe everything that you hear on television and on the internet. You should help as many people as possible be aware about climate change because it might really be affecting you in your life. You should remember that there is a life without social media and the internet and you should try to get away from it sometimes. In your lifetime natural disasters may be much worse than it is for us and you should choose a place a live that is a safe. You should pick a job that you love rather than choosing one for money because this is something you will do for your life and it matters. Lastly, you should stay educated and not trust everything the news or government tells you and stay aware.

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