In today’s news, Canada to accept 20,000 additional people from Afghanistan, joint editorial in top medical journals urges world leaders to take rapid climate actions, British researchers develop software to help bees thrive, local company in Nepal starts producing electric motorcycles, 12-year-old prodigy becomes world’s youngest chess grandmaster, vegan eggs enter South African market, and cats rescued from wildfire-affected village in Siberia.
Canada to welcome more at-risk Afghans.
The Canadian government has announced it will receive 5,000 Afghans who have already been brought out of Afghanistan. This is part of Canada’s commitment to accept 20,000 refugees from the nation who may be at risk of persecution by the Taliban. It comes on top of an earlier decision to accept thousands of Afghans, who worked for the Canadian government in positions such as interpreters or embassy workers, along with their families. Women leaders, individuals from the gay and lesbian community, reporters, religious minorities, human rights defenders and more will be eligible for the latest program. The Mayor of Toronto, His Worship John Tory, said, “This is an opportunity for Torontonians and all Canadians to once again show their compassion and commitment to helping others …” Canada is a Shining World Leadership Award for Animal Protection recipient, and a laureate of five Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, two Shining World Leadership Awards for Protection, and a Shining World Leadership Award for Caring. Thank you, kind-hearted Canadian government. In Divine uplifting care, may the lives of the new residents be filled with great opportunities and peace.
Joint editorial urges governments to take immediate climate actions.
Over 230 medical journals worldwide have released a joint statement highlighting the position that what should be of the utmost importance to world leaders is to take prompt actions to halt global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius and rehabilitate nature to safeguard public health. According to the editorial, inadequate measures will lead to global temperature increases of over two degrees Celsius, causing such catastrophic consequences as severe weather events, excessive temperatures and the deterioration of vital ecosystems. Soberingly, the publication underlines that the disproportionate impact will fall on the most vulnerable groups, namely the elderly and children, people with underlying medical conditions, disadvantaged communities and ethnic minorities. The paper calls for rapid and society-wide measures, including the redesigning of health, food and transport systems as well as cities and financial markets. Our gratitude for publishing the vital editorial, international health journals. May the loving vegan way be the foundation of all societies, in God’s Wisdom.
Up next, British researchers develop software to help bees thrive. Let’s pause to appreciate the fire watch personnel, who monitor the safety of areas where “hot work” such as welding, soldering or cutting with torches is being performed. We’ll be right back, with more conducive news on Supreme Master Television. Don’t choose vegan: b a tough guy; burn in hellfire.
Hi, adorable friends, I’m Wilona the vegan Woodpecker. I love cows! I love dolphins! I love geese, dogs, and every animal – I really do! Do you want to know why I have such a big heart? Find the answer for yourself by being vegan! I would like to share a baby tip with you. Be sustainable and make your own baby wipes instead of using disposable ones. Start by cutting 20 x 20-centimeter squares of soft, absorbent cotton fabric. These can also serve as baby burp cloths or washcloths. Keep these in a pile or store them in a wipe container and leave it on the changing table. Next, you will need to make the baby wipe solution. Combine 946 milliliters (4 cups) of boiled and cooled down water with three tablespoons of organic olive or almond oil in a big jar. Then, add two tablespoons of organic Castile soap and three teaspoons of pure Aloe vera gel. Pour some of the mixture out into a squeeze bottle to make it easier for daily use. Lastly, just apply it to your reusable homemade baby wipe when your infant needs to be cleaned! Thank you for tuning in and love you for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet thus save the world. Now, the global weather.
British scientists create software to help improve landscapes for bees to flourish.
Scientists from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom have written a software application that simulates the best modifications to support pollinators such as bumblebees. The BEE-STEWARD tool was developed in conjunction with farmers and land managers and can be downloaded free of charge from the project’s website. By taking into consideration their living environment, the application works by simulating the survival, growth and behavior of bumblebees in the United Kingdom. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust is currently using the tool to evaluate bee-friendly measures across 1,500 hectares of land. Way to go, University of Exeter scientists and others involved, on your forward-thinking efforts. In Heaven’s blessings, may our actions reflect nature-honoring kindness as we live in harmony with all beings on the planet.
Nepalese company produces affordable electric motorbikes.
Founded by Ashim Pandey in 2017, Yatri Motorcycles has released an affordable version of its green motorbike for the local market. The nation currently has a lot of electric buses, cars and rickshaws on their roads, but not many e-motorcycles, although motorbikes constitute almost four-fifths of Nepal’s registered vehicles. In 2019, the company launched a high-end e-bike called Project Zero. Earlier this year, Yatri debuted the more cost-friendly Project One and in one week, received 50 orders. This e-motorcycle has a range of 110 kilometers, a peak capacity of 19 horsepower and can be fully charged in three hours. Now, Yatri is looking to expand production and also make e-buses and e-vans in the future. Great news, Ashim Pandey and Yatri, on your eco-innovations. May the gentle Nepalese people enjoy safe and smooth rides, blissful meditation and good health, in Buddha’s brilliance.
Elated 12-year-old becomes world’s youngest chess grandmaster.
Abhimanyu Mishra of New Jersey, United States, won the Vezérképző GM Mix 2021, a 10-round Swiss chess tournament held in Hungary. His score of 7/9 and a 2485 Elo rating made him the champion out of 18 players, and the International Chess Federation (FIDE) awarded him the grandmaster title, the highest class accorded to chess players. At the age of just 12 years, 4 months and 25 days, he thus achieved the world record, which was previously held by the Russian chess player Sergey Karjakin at the age of 12 years and 7 months in 2003. Abhimanyu revealed that he practices 12 hours daily and improves his concentration with a prayer before a match and breathing exercises in-between. Congratulations, Abhimanyu Mishra, on your impressive accomplishment. In Celestial joy, may you inspire many young people to attain their goals as you continue advancing in your mastership.
Coming up, vegan eggs enter the South African market. We’ll pause for some moments to listen to the soothing sounds of crashing waves calling from the deep blue oceans. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more munificent news. Vegan: the beautiful one becomes more beautiful, the handsome one becomes more handsome. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Thoughtful News for a Cooperative World.
Vegan eggs debut in South Africa.
United States-based vegan food brand Eat Just has partnered with leading South African plant-based e-commerce platform, Infinite Foods, to introduce JUST Egg Folded, toaster-ready, folded vegan eggs in South African stores and restaurants. The delectable item doesn’t contain soy, nuts or gluten and is made mainly from non-GMO mung beans. Eat Just’s presence in the African continent is the latest step in its global expansion, a move that seeks to provide more healthy and sustainable food options as well as helps address food security in the country. According to the company’s statement, producing its plant-based egg not only releases 93% less greenhouse gas emissions but also requires 98% less water and 86% less land compared to its animal-based counterpart. We applaud your joint efforts, Eat Just and Infinite Foods. May our planetary future be bright with a rapid global vegan transition, in the love of the Providence.
Volunteers rescue cats from Siberian wildfires after village burns.
A wildfire recently devastated the town of Byas-Kyuyol in Siberia, Russia, damaging over 40 homes and leaving 185 people displaced. Fortunately, none of the residents were hurt. Volunteers found six cats in the ruins of the fire, four of whom were seriously injured and are being given medical care. Sadly, a dog that was left tied up lost his life. Local officials have pledged to rebuild the homes quickly. Many climate change-linked fires fueled by hot weather have swept across Siberia this summer, releasing hundreds of millions of metric tons of carbon dioxide into the air. Our appreciation, rescuers, for your kindness and also, local officials, for the rebuilding assistance. We pray for the quick recovery of the affected cats, and may the Divine comfort the souls of any innocent animals who lost their lives. In God’s Mercy, may humanity quickly step on the compassionate path to create a kind future for all.
Laughter is so relaxing. Let’s try this joke called “Removable Parts.”
A two-year-old granddaughter stood in the bathroom with grandpa, watching as he removed his dentures and brushed them.
“What makes you so curious, my little one?”
“Wow, grandpa, you just removed your teeth! Can you take your ears off, too?”
And now we have a heartline from Tzu-Ching in Taiwan, also known as Formosa:
The magnificence of the initiation. On November 23, 2019, I was assigned to Hsihu to learn a new job. Early that morning, I started driving towards the south. At Toufen, just when I switched from Sun Yat-sen Freeway to the No. 3 National Freeway, I saw a vast brightness on my right side. Initially, I thought that was the light from the morning sun. But then, I realized that it didn’t make sense. The sun rises from the east, so why was the “sunlight” shining on my right side, which was the west? After looking a few more times, I noticed that the golden light extended from the sea to the sky, covering everywhere I could see on my right side. All the way from Toufen to Houlong, I was immersed in this golden radiance while I was driving. I was so grateful to God for giving Hiers infinite Grace and Blessings on this grand and special initiation day. Tzu-Ching from Taiwan (Formosa)
Positive Tzu-Ching, It was a pleasure to read your heartline. Thank you for sending it to us! We are mesmerized by God’s brilliant Light that filled your day in such a wondrous way. We pray that all beings can experience glimpses of Heaven on Earth, so they may be reminded of their True Home awaiting their return. May you and exquisite Taiwan (Formosa) be endowed with goodness and fortune. In Divine magnificence, Supreme Master TV team
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