It is today on March 6th, 2017 that you have made the decision to make a difference in this world.

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To my future self,

It is today on March 6th, 2017 that you have made the decision to make a difference in this world. By 2019, you will be eating at least a 90% plant based diet. You will have reduced you carbon footprint as much as possible and payed for the rest with a voluntary carbon tax. Hopefully the efforts of individuals, the pursuers of a better tomorrow, working together, will have fixed the world. If not, don’t give up, never give up. It is your duty as a citizen of planet Earth and possibly the planet Mars to respect the land you live upon. This is my message to you, my 49 year old self, and any who wish to listen.

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