UAE asks people to write letters to their future self as a part of their 50th celebrations
As a part of their Golden Jubilee Committee, United Arab Emirates (UAE) has asked the public to send letters to their future selves as part of the Year of the 50th celebrations.
Letters to the Future, the UAE has revealed its latest initiative, at the event of its Year of the 50th celebrations.
Such initiative will map out the people’s dreams and envisage their future expedition in the United Arab Emirates.
The people who call the UAE home have been asked to write a letter to their future selves as the contributors can succumb their letters in various formats, including written format, video, or image on the Year of the 50th website.
A media statement stated the various stages of the Year of the 50th celebrations replicate the extraordinary first 50 years of the nation, draw the determinations for the next 50 years, and set out ways to achieve these dreams.
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Through writing these letters the public is thus fortified to imagine their future as key funders and manufacturers of the nation, for the next 50 years and beyond.
Societies across the Emirates are exhilarated to submit their letters to the website www.UAEYearOf.ae, which will consequently be available in an online letters gallery.
This act will be considered as a time capsule of how dreams have changed and how far the visionaries have come on their journey, allowing for occasions for consideration and responsibility.
Upon submitting the letter, members will obtain an email to their inbox with their acquiesced letters on the official Year of the 50th letterhead with a selection to prompt them of their dreams, established on their chosen timeframe, which can be in 5, 10, 20 or 50 years.
Letters to the Future is the most recent inventiveness by the UAE Golden Jubilee Committee, which governs year-long enterprises, activities, and grand celebrations that participate all those who call the UAE home.
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