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To the most vulnerable people on the planet,

I wish I knew how to be a more effective communicator. I can do a lot in my own life to make sure you have a viable future, but I want my actions to be more contagious and effective at mobilizing others. I hope I can figure out how to do this in time to have a large enough impact that you can thrive and be happy.

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