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To those I love,

Thank you for being my friend. You made my life wonderful.

I’m truly doing my very best for you. I always fight for you when people try to take from your future to make themselves feel better today.

I’m not the only one: my parents have really gone above and beyond for you. I don’t know anyone who’s made as much of an effort as they have: they’re heroes.

I’m very angry about how unjust the world is: today’s mistakes will hurt you more than anyone and despite our best efforts some people keep making them; and whatever happens we’re either all going to suffer or we’re all going to be OK.

Please appreciate that people cared about the world you’d live in. Please share that care with every other living being.

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