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To my beloved grandchildren,

Hoping that this letter will not get lost and make its way to you. I’m telling you that now in 2017 our planet earth is still beautiful and green. We still have flowers, roses and even strawberries. Be willing to protect our beloved planet even more than we did. Plant a tree for me, name it after me (my name is Chaben) and give a good care to your beautiful planet earth.

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