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To my future self…

I am 13 about to be 14 in one day, i have four siblings two are triplets with me. I live in michigan and am a proud christian.

I would hope that more people would come together and help each other when we pay for our problems we have made.

I promise to do what i can to help the environment.

Over the past year i have learned a lot about Climate change and i have realized how much of an impact i have on our environment. I also know that it is hard to change your life to help the environment. I now know how we can stop the amount of fossil fuels burned in our atmosphere and have made products to do so.

(I know that Climate Change is a big deal but God has a plan for all, we need to ask him what his future for us looks like).

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