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Dear Nicholas, My five-year-old cousin who probably won’t understand the true meaning of this letter; my advice to you. As you start in kindergarten you have a long road ahead of you leading up to where I am now, a senior in high school. Make the best of these years, as they are the carefree and fun ones. Enjoy playing tag with your friends, climbing on playgrounds, or whatever it is kids do now (Jeez, I sound old!). When you get older you’ll remember the days when you were a kid and always cherish them. When making friends, know how to stay out of trouble. You have to learn how to take notice and gain maturity. Show kindness and generosity to others, and you will get it in return. When you
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Unformatted text preview: get assigned the dreaded homework, do it. I always never wanted to do it, but it in the end it helps tremendously. Make your family proud with your schoolwork, talents, and the other choices you make. They will always be there for you with their love and support, and you’ll never be able to thank them enough for that. Most important, always believe in yourself. Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t do. Your dreams will come to life if you have faith in yourself and in what you do. I know that you will grow to be fine, young adult one day and you’ll be in the same shoes I’m in now. I can only wish the best for you in life, as it will be you who shapes your future. Love, Kyle...
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