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To my grandchildren,

If you are reading this then that means the world is still intact as you are reading this message, however I don’t know how the world looks like right now, all I can tell you that the world that I’ve lived in was beautiful, especially the nature with lovely animals that shares the same home as us. Do not ever forget that. We, the humans, are just a visitor who happens to settle on Earth, which means that we have to take care of it, so that the people living after you can also get a glimpse of this gorgeous world. Take the way that we live as an example of not what to do. Taking away the opportunities of those who have not come yet so that people can live lavishly. Remember there are ways that we can live our lives to the fullest while persevering the environment the way that it was. Don’t make the same mistakes that we did.We made those mistakes so that you don’t have to. Remember to stay discipline. Nothing else matters more than saving the only home that we have.

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