When I am 100 years old, the only thing I would like to tell younger generations will be not to panic and hurry so much. And the most important thing: To trust in nature and the ecosystem on their planets! The hardest thing for me to learn in live was letting go. I hope I could teach the younger people a little bit about that very important "laissez-faire" attitude. It really is taking some time to grew something to eat, to raise a tree or to see the fauna grow and you can't quicken that in no way or you would destroy something about that process. You even can't control it. Most people don't use their brains, they try to force their thinking in a certain way and control everthing around them until the brain controls them and doesn't help them anymore. It is a funny imagination, if you think about birds not using their wings but thinking about how to fly and controlling their movements instead of just doing what it is in their being to do. So most people have forgotten how it is just to live in line with nature and are always disturbing their environment. But even if you are interrupting the ecosystem (what you should not do), nature always finds a way to get in balance. If there are too many rabbits on your planet there will be fox to eat them. If there are too many fox, there wont be enough to eat for everone and most of them will die. After unfortunately half of the population on earth died after world war 3, also called the big last war, caused by not having enough to eat and drink for every individual anymore, nature was not able to recover immediately but we found new planets we could settle on. And we have learned so much from that calamity. And be sure young kidz, actually there is no bad thing in this universe. The nature on earth will recover in a few million years. No power is wasted at no time in universe. If a star dies a new will be born. Thats one of the things you really can trust on.