In today’s news, our Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai presents Shining World Heroine Award to police officer, study concludes thousands of under-researched species at risk of extinction, farmers in France grow healthy sorghum with little water during drought, researchers in Singapore create battery that runs on air’s moisture, five-year-old girl in United Kingdom wins kindness award for befriending Ukrainian refugee, United States report highlights vegans now account for 10% of country’s population, and anteater-person saved from wildfires by Bolivian firefighters.
In Shining World Heroine Award News from the United States…
Master Trooper Toni Schuck, a police officer who has served the Florida Highway Patrol for 26 years, recently risked her life to save many people. During a 10-kilometer running competition, a female drunk driver raced towards the crowd going way over the speed limit and passing all traffic cones and checkpoints. As Trooper Schuck’s colleagues were unable to stop the driver, she was the last line of defense. Just in the nick of time, the officer placed her vehicle right in front of the racing car, which was approaching 8,000 runners and their families.
“It happened so quickly, that you have no way to react. But I knew that there was nobody else behind me. I was standing my ground just to get her to stop. I did not want to go have the crash or go head on with her. But it stopped her. I’m thankful it was me. I’m thankful I was in that truck. And I’m thankful that we got her to stop, that she did not get on that bridge to hurt anybody else.”
The nearly head-on crash resulted in severe injuries to both drivers, with Trooper Schuck receiving a head wound and concussion. For her courageous act, Supreme Master Ching Hai tearfully presented the Shining World Heroine Award to “Master Trooper Toni Schuck with living flowers of orchid, and US$10,000 for any police family fund for the fallen on duty or any charity of your choice, if allowed, in your name or anonymously. May Heaven always watch over you in your noble purpose to be a protective Angel on Earth. Your selfless, beyond duty act of LOVE brings us all to tears. All our love also to you and the brave people of the United States of America.”
Ms. Schuck gratefully received the Award letter, crystalline plaque, Master’s publications and DVDs, as well as Her financial contribution.
“Dear Master Trooper Toni Schuck, It is with loving appreciation that we present to you the ‘Shining World Heroine Award’ for risking your life to save others, exemplifying extraordinary and selfless public service. This Award is presented in recognition of your rare and exceptional act of bravery in the face of danger and excellence in transcending the call of duty to save precious lives, providing us with the peace of mind knowing we are protected in a safer world.”
“Thank You so much for this Award. My blessings are bountiful. And this is just an unbelievable recognition. To Master, I thank You for all the blessings You have brought to myself and my family for this recognition. And I pray to continue to do God’s work as a servant, and hope that I never disappoint and that I can inspire other people to be good to others.”
Congratulations and our deep appreciation, cherished Master Trooper Toni Schuck, for your unhesitating sacrifice for the love of your fellow citizens. May Heaven forever shield and grant you boundless rewards, as you devotedly carry out your praiseworthy service to others.
For the full presentation of the Shining World Heroine Award to Master Trooper Toni Schuck, please tune in to our Shining World Awards program at a later date.
Research estimates thousands of little-known species face extinction threat.
A new study has determined that approximately 4,336 or 56% of “data deficient” species are likely at risk of disappearing, and they are not on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List of Threatened Species due to a lack of information. Of the under-researched individuals, 62% of insects, 85% of amphibian-, 61% of mammal- and 59% of reptile-people face threats of being lost forever. Particularly, little-known, endangered marine species mostly live along coasts in southeastern Asia, the eastern Atlantic coastline and the Mediterranean, while at-risk terrestrial species are found in small geographical areas within central Africa, southern Asia and Madagascar. The lead author of the paper, PhD student Jan Borgelt from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, warned that the biodiversity crisis, driven by various stressors, including the global climate emergency and land use changes, may be much worse than currently assessed. Many thanks, Jan Borgelt and all scientists involved. To safeguard the survival of all beings, may humanity swiftly embrace the eco-smart vegan lifestyle, in the guidance of the Providence. “Make peace. Or u’ve nothing better 2 do except killing babies n each other like b4 the Stone Age?”
Up next, farmers in France grow healthy sorghum with little water during drought. We would like to thank the finish carpenters who make the interior wood details in a house, like the crown molding, aesthetically pleasing as well as ensure sure that all the doors and windows work properly and that the final design features are in harmony with each other. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more rejuvenating news.
Good day, compassionate friends! I’m Melanie, a vegan therapist from the Manatee kingdom. Every day, I gently close my eyes and lovingly meditate and pray for peace in our world. And I so much yearn for everyone to realize the onenessof all beings and to treat everyone with benevolence. Here are some tips on how to be more optimistic. Studies have shown that having an optimistic mindset is beneficial to your health and can increase happiness as well as life satisfaction. This way of thinking can boost cardiovascular health, self-esteem, and confidence. Furthermore, it reduces stress, leads to longevity, and allows one to set goals and achieve them despite facing obstacles. The definition of a true optimist is someone who is mindfully cognizant of setbacks but views them as temporary and believes they can be overcome. Try being more positive and optimistic by changing your perspective, challenging your own beliefs, focusing on your strengths, and surrounding yourself with optimistic people. A shift in your mindset can go a long way and bring you more joy and peace! Thank you for your attention and lots of love for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants. Now, the worldwide weather.
French farmers raise healthy sorghum crops with minimal water in drought conditions.
Farmer Eudes Coutte of France and his brother have been successfully cultivating sorghum through the current drought in their nation without irrigation. The plants are green and healthy, and the ears are full of grain. The brothers switched to sorghum four years ago and use no pesticides, with the crop needing just one-third the fertilizer of wheat to grow. The grains are high in protein and can be turned into gluten-free flour or cooked like lentils. With the drought, three to four metric tons per hectare will be harvested, as opposed to five to six metric tons during a normal year. Great news, Eudes Coutte and brother, on your successful harvests. In Divine abundance, may our global agricultural system soon be fully organic and vegan, as we save our precious resources and cool the planet.
Singaporean researchers create battery that runs on humidity.
Scientists from the National University of Singapore, led by Assistant Professor Dr. Tan Swee Ching, have created a battery from fabric and sea salt that can generate electricity from water vapor in the air. The device is an advancement on similar technologies in the past and requires only a thin piece of fabric, carbon ink, sea salt, and water-absorbing gel. A 1.5 by 2-centimeter piece of fabric is capable of outputting 0.7 volts of electricity for 150 hours. When multiple pieces were joined together and placed in an AA-sized battery container, the device generated 1.96 volts, which is more power than is produced by an ordinary AA battery. Way to go, Dr. Tan Swee Ching and co-researchers, for your advancement in green batteries. In Celestial wisdom, may humanity support renewable and Earth-friendly technologies to ensure a brighter future for all.
Five-year-old girl from United Kingdom wins award for act of kindness.
Grace Prior made friends with Ukrainian refugee Amelia, who began attending her school after fleeing Ukraine following the Russian invasion. The youngster tried to learn Ukrainian so she could try to talk to Amelia who does not speak any English. She also made a card for her new friend, painting it yellow and blue, the country’s national colors, with a message in Ukrainian. Amelia was so touched by the card that she was moved to tears. Of Amelia, Grace says, “I like her. Sometimes Amelia makes pictures for me and sometimes I make pictures for her.” For her acts of kindness, Grace received a Thomas & Friends International Friendship Day Award, an honor given by the toy company Mattel to celebrate International Friendship Day. Our applause, sweet Grace, on being recognized for your noble example. May Heaven bless your compassionate heart for the special efforts you have made to extend a warm welcome to Amelia to your nation. Vegan: let’s save the endangered planet.
Coming up, United States report highlights vegans now account for 10% of country’s population. Let’s pause for a moment to thank God for gifting us with the emotional stability that helps us deal with stressful situations in a calm and collected manner. More cooling news when we return! Please stay with us here on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Assuring News for a Hopeful World.
Report from United States says 10% of adults in nation are vegan.
A report compiled from various sources by plant-based vegan beverage company Soylent in the USA, states that 10% of adults in the country are now vegan. The US vegan population has increased by 30 times between 2004 and 2019. African Americans are the ethnic group with the fastest rising number of vegans. People between the ages of 26 and 41 make up 40% of American vegans, and a further 39% of the country is trying to eat less animal-people products and more plants. Exceptional news, United States citizens, on your rapid shift to the vegan diet and thank you Soylent for your informative and encouraging report. In Divine awakening, may the entire world soon go vegan as the loving energy of compassion flows abundantly between all species.
Bolivian firefighters rescue anteater-person from forest fires.
Wildfires have been increasingly severe in the country over the years, and many animal-people are affected. Protected areas in eastern Bolivia that have been burned are home to not only the Ayoreo Indigenous community but also to many precious animal co-inhabitants such as anteater-, puma-, and jaguar-individuals. While putting a fire out in the department of Santa Cruz’s Sucuará Lake protected area, the firemen found a wounded anteater-person in pain. The poor fellow was saved and taken to town for veterinary treatment. When he has totally recovered, the sweet fellow will be released in the wild. We wish the darling anteater friend will soon be in the best of health. Our gratitude, courageous Bolivian firefighters, for saving the forests as well as animal-folk. May all humans look after the welfare of the animal-individuals around them, in Celestial benevolence.
All the chuckle pieces are now put together, revealing the joke of the day. Let’s enjoy! It’s called “The Lemon Squeezing Bet.”
A local vegan restaurant was so sure that one of its waiters was the strongest man in the town that they offered a $100 standing bet. The waiter would squeeze a lemon until all the juice ran out and challenge anyone to squeeze out another drop. Weightlifters, arm wrestlers, and so on, all tried and lost the bet. Then one day, a scrawny little man, wearing scratched glasses and a 10-year-old polyester suit walked in and said:
“I’d like to take on the bet.”
After the laughter had died down, the waiter agreed and grabbed a lemon and squeezed it. Then, he handed the wrinkled remains of the lemon rind to the little man. As the man clenched his little fist around the lemon, six drops fell into the glass. As the waiter paid the $100, he asked:
“What do you do for a living? Are you a lumberjack, metal worker, weightlifter, or what?”
“I’m a tax man.”
And now we have a heartline from Sarah in the United States:
Dear Beloved Master, Thank You so much for spending all Your time and effort to help humanity. I thank You for creating Supreme Master Television to broadcast everywhere, so that people can be in touch with Your power. If possible, I would like to suggest that each Sunday would be the day to broadcast ONLY Your lectures. I wish You great health, and I thank You for Your presence here on Earth. I feel so lucky to be born here at the right time to have met You and be Your disciple in this lifetime. Once again, I thank You and wish You all the best. Sarah, initiate from the USA
Conscientious Sarah, It is with pleasure that we share your gratitude with our precious viewers, and it is with honor that we convey Master’s benevolent words. Please enjoy them as they make their way directly to your soul: “Thankful Sarah, the good team and I are always doing and trying our feasible best, and you please continue to spread the news of Supreme Master TV, share the benefits of veganism and meditate well. May the Master Power bring you and the diverse United States many blessings as you help bring about a peaceful, vegan world!”
B vegan: u’ll be loved in Heaven, in the hearts of humans n throughout the great kingdom of the animal-people.
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