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To humanity in the 22nd century,

How are you? Are humans still torturing the earth? Are they still capitalizing on everything for the sake of money and not considering how the future generations are going to live in this catastrophe? Are they still oblivious that not only big corporates and governments, but their own everyday actions will affect the future of humanity dramatically? Are they still considering -or in the process of- moving to Mars instead of taking care of their own home, their own planet they were born in? I have a lot of questions; however, at the same time a lot of hope that humanity is stepping in the right direction, by not only advocating about conserving our planet to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide from big corporates, but also by changing their small habits for the better. Habits that I myself have been trying to incorporate into my life, including cutting back my waste by repairing and reusing clothes and avoiding throwing away food, using energy wisely, and using less plastic to lower my carbon footprint. Even if no one will answer my questions, I would like to think that humanity will become aware of the problems we are causing and quickly step up and take action.


Your 21st century human.

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