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4The most important thing in life is to learn something new.

-Pete Seeger source ABC News title Pete Seeger: My greatest gift to the world article The singer and songwriter known for his iconic “I’m So Tired” song said he had never been more grateful.

Pete, 79, said he is grateful for all that he has been able to accomplish in his life and is thankful to be alive today.

“I am incredibly grateful to be here.

I am very grateful to my children, my family, my fans, my sponsors, my friends and my people,” Pete said during a press conference in Washington, D.C., on Monday.

I’ve done so much and I’m really happy with my life.

I’m very grateful.

Pete Seeber, 79.

He said he was also very grateful for the opportunity he had with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, where he has spent most of his career.

The agency is now focused on saving animals from extinction and is also helping to help people in their efforts.

In his most recent interview, Pete said he did not want to get into any political issues.

But he said that he believes in the US Constitution.

This country was founded on the principle of individual rights, he said.

“We all have the same rights.

I believe in the individual and I believe that government should have no role in this,” he said, adding that he believed it should be left to the individual to decide who he wants to marry and what kind of children he wants.

And he said he has not had any problem with the United States government.

There is no political agenda here.

If there was one, I wouldn’t be here,” he told ABC News.

My wife and I have never been in any kind of political discussion, he added.

We have never, I have no problems with that.

His comments came as he announced the creation of the Rainbow Resource Center, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting environmental awareness and protection of endangered animals and ecosystems.

Rainbow, a non-profit organization founded by his son, Phil, said the center would provide opportunities for children to learn about wildlife conservation and help the environment.

Phil Seeber said the new center would help the children of the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, Canada and New Zealand learn about the environment through the arts and crafts.

Peter’s daughter, Michelle Seeber of Virginia, was among the speakers at the press conference.

She said that her father’s message is not to “pander to the highest bidder” but to give back to the country.

As the leader of the country’s largest animal rights organization, she said, he is doing something that is really important to us, her father said.

You’re going to find him everywhere.

He’s a man of action, she added.