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A message From Future Generations Allen Tough I have no idea why future generations chose me as their messenger on that sunny Friday morning in Kyoto as I wandered in the lovely gardens beside the conference center surrounded by colorful autumn hills Maybe they had noticed my deep commitment to future generations in my papers and in my book Crucial Questions About the Future Maybe they knew how strongly that commitment was influencing my teaching at the University of Toronto Maybe they were pleased that I had helped organize the worlds largest conference on future generations now about to begin in the magnificent conference center beside me Or maybe they simply took pity on me as I sought inspiration in the lovely Kyoto gardens I was still unsure what I would say later that morning during my speech to the 800 people gathered for the conference As I wandered among the ponds and shrubs I noticed a booklet fluttering down from the sky When it came close enough I reached up to grasp it eager to see what it said It turned out to be a message from future generations This was my lucky morning The first page of the booklet contained a message for me to read aloud at that mornings session Cordial greetings from future generations to everyone who is attending The First Global Future Generations Kyoto Forum We are the people of the future--your childrens generation and many generations even further into the future Even though we live in a century that is very different from yours we too are people vigorously engaged in a wide variety of activities and projects just as you are Just like you we work play talk eat laugh hope cry sing learn worship think and wonder We are very pleased
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