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To the Future,

Where is the Earth now? What does it look like? Have you learned to sustain your home? Maybe be you have and maybe you haven’t, but either way you should cherish the life you have. Perhaps you have looked back at the shore where you live from the water, or maybe even the planet from above. What did it look like? Did it feel right? It should, shouldn’t it? It is home, isn’t it?

Have you done what you can? Or have you stood by and watched?  If you have just watched, start to do something and maybe lead others in doing. Especially if it feels like there is nothing you can do, because even then there is. You just need to start.

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