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To the Future generation,

I pray that the world we all come to love transforms back to the beautiful planet it was intended to be. It fears me that future generations that includes my children and grandchildren might live in a world that is only getting worse. With climate changing and ice caps melting I don’t know what the world will look like in 50+ years or after our generation is gone. We are all noticing the impact it is having on us but I just don’t know if the whole world is on board. 50, 60 or even 70% is not good enough we need the whole world on the same page. Even with that I hope we can reverse all the damages we created and have our future generations/kids live the life they were intend to have.

Sincerely,
The Past

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