I look at my baby niece today. The newest member of our family, just 3 days old. What will be left for her and her grandchildren?

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To the Future Generations,

Sorry doesn’t even come close to the words needed to describe how apologetic I am to my future generations. I was a part of the mass global destruction of our environment, ecosystem, and future. I am now committed to doing anything possible to save your Earth.

The collective people of the world are battling with world leaders to take action on our behalf and for the sake of Earth. What will they do with their profits when they are washed away in the flood?

I look at my baby niece today. The newest member of our family, just 3 days old. What will be left for her and her grandchildren? Will they ever hear a bird sing or know what snow is? I pour love onto my family. They need to know we are trying. Some of us fighting very hard to combat corruption and greed. Let’s hope the resolution comes quickly before it is too late.

I love you all with my entire heart and soul. Be strong. Be brave. Be compassionate.

Jason

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