If there is one thing that I taught you it is to be honest in your decisions as they pertain to yourselves and the earth in which you live.

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To my children,

I want a future that has no fighting. Fighting for fresh air and fresh water. I want a future for all of you with no violence. The violent destroying of our land, water and air. A future with no lies. I want you to be stewards of the earth and each other. I want a place where you are not torn apart. Torn by the constant need of money over everything else.

If there is one thing that I taught you it is to be honest in your desisions as they pertain to yourselves and the earth in which you live.

Remember it is your home don’t be afraid to fight for it, stand up for it, and take care of it and each other.

I love you,
Mom

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