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He's just eight years old

He's made of the following ingredients:

Noise, energy, imagination, curiosity, and hunger.

He's the "cute little fellow down the street",

That "spoiled imp next door," or

"My son,"... depending on who you are.

He's something to be kept fed, clothed, healthy,

happy and, out of trouble.


He's something else, too..........

He's tomorrow.

He's the future we've been fighting for.

He's part of the world's most important generation.

Our generation must also win the peace.

His generation must KEEP THE PEACE.

His generation will determine whether it is worth doing.

He's one of the most important people in history.

So..... Anyone who influences his life



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