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2020-07-17
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In today’s news, Cameroonian children continue to benefit from school feeding initiative, record high temperature reported in Arctic, global carbon emission reduced amid pandemic, artificial intelligence utilized to save lives in Australia, Belarusian doctors provide healthcare for homeless, vegan food development advancing in India, and United States sanctuary brings 1,000 hens to safety.

 

UN program to feed students continues in Cameroon despite school closures.

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has changed its school feeding initiative so food distributions are now completed by teachers and volunteers. Instead of in-school prepared meals, take-home food supplies are given to parents of students at schools in the Far North Region of Cameroon. The rations consist of rice, pulses, salt and vegetable oil. School teachers have also helped in communicating vital information about safety practices such as washing hands, wearing face masks, and maintaining social distance. WFP has provided gloves, soap, and water containers to ensure the measures are properly implemented. More than 52,300 primary school students in Cameroon are supported by WFP’s school feeding program. Our sincere gratitude, World Food Programme, teachers and volunteers, for this important endeavor. May our precious children throughout the world be nurtured and cared for, in Divine blessings.

 

Russian town sets record high temperature for Arctic.

Verkhoyansk in Siberia, Russia, reached 38 degrees Celsius on June 20, a record for the Arctic region. The town is about 10 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle and has temperature records going back to 1885. Located approximately 4,660 kilometers north of Moscow, it is also considered one of the coldest places on the planet. The climate data was reported by the Pogoda i Klimat website, which records Russian meteorological data. Regarding this alarming warming and concerned about the waning attention climate change is receiving now due to the coronavirus, esteemed naturalist and television broadcaster, Sir David Attenborough, said, “The danger of the Arctic and the Antarctic warming is becoming greater day by day. What the result of coronavirus is going to be I don’t know. But I’m beginning to get a feeling that for the first time the nations of the world are beginning to see that survival depends on co-operation.” Many thanks, Pogoda i Klimat, for bringing to the forefront this urgent and significant report, and our earnest appreciation, Sir David Attenborough, for highlighting the importance of global collaboration at this precarious time. May the governments and citizens of the world quickly take all possible actions, most importantly adopting the low-emissions vegan diet, to save life on Earth, in God’s wisdom.

 

Up next, global carbon emissions reduced amid pandemic. We give thanks to radiation therapists who carefully administer ionizing radiation for patients’ medical treatment. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more excellent news.

Good day, smart viewers, it’s Barney the vegan Blue Footed Booby. I will let you in on my secret. Do you know why I feel so good? I am vegan! Here is a crafty tip. Have you wondered how you can fill small gaps and cracks while woodworking? You can make wood filler by combining fine sawdust and glue together and mixing it until a paste is formed. For the best outcome, use sawdust from the same type of wood as your project. You might gather some from the bag attached to your electric sander. Do not try this tip for large gaps or patches as it will be clearly noticeable. 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 it’s time for the worldwide weather.

 

Researchers report carbon emissions have fallen during lockdown.

According to a study by the Global Carbon Project, a consortium of international scientists, carbon dioxide emissions decreased by around one third in the United States and United Kingdom, and 17% globally in the month of April during the COVID-19 lockdown. The decline is the fastest in 75 years and will help reduce the year’s emissions by 4 to 7%, depending on the rest of 2020. However, climate scientist from Pennsylvania State University in the United States, Dr. Michael Mann, cautioned, “We need fundamental structural change,” when referring to the actions needed to halt global warming. Thank you, Global Carbon Project scientists and Dr. Michael Mann, for showing how much the way we live impacts our world. We pray more people will be motivated to transform their lifestyle to the compassionate vegan way, to protect our planet and all her inhabitants, in the mercy of the Providence.

 

Australia, a Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion recipient and Shining World Leadership Award for Health Guardian and High Moral Value laureate, utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) for rescue operations.

The Australian Air Force and the Australian Maritime College are jointly testing AI technology off Stradbroke Island in the Australian state of Queensland. The device consists of a small camera attached in the window of an aircraft and connected to a computer. It is programmed to scan the ocean for life rafts and lifeboat-like objects. When they are found, alerts are sent to crew members to drop aid and bring stranded individuals to safety. Using AI allows for a greater area to be covered and rescue operations to be conducted in a much shorter period of time than previously. Bravo, Australian Air Force, Australian Maritime College, and all involved AI scientists, for this life-saving solution. In God’s eternal grace, may there be more golden age technologies to assist first responders in our benevolent world.

 

Compassionate non-profit offers free healthcare services in Belarus.

Street Medicine, founded in 2018, by Karina Radchenko, provides healthcare to people living without homes and disadvantaged individuals. It continues work at no cost in the Belarusian capital of Minsk despite risks associated with the coronavirus outbreak. Wearing shields and gloves to protect themselves, a team of 25 volunteers, including Ms. Radchenko, a fifth-year medical student, and approximately seven physicians, go into the streets twice a week looking for those in need of medical care. The team gives out masks and medicines, and checks for symptoms of the virus as well as addresses patients’ other health concerns. Street Medicine has helped over 200 people since its formation. Our heartfelt gratitude and admiration, Karina Radchenko and all Street Medicine volunteers, for your courageous love in action. May you and the fine people of Belarus keep safe, and may we soon see brighter days, in Heaven’s protective embrace. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Gratefully present the Shining World Compassion Award to Street Medicine, plus a US$10,000 loving contribution for this noble and lives-saving work, with high esteem, much love and gratitude for your courageous team. May you always be shielded in God’s immense blessing.”

 

Coming up, vegan food development advancing in India. We are going to take some time to watch a Korean dance of hope for an abundant harvest called, Ganggangsullae, a UNESCO-recognized Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. More praiseworthy news coming up on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Gracious News for an Elegant World.

 

Plant-based trend accelerated in India.

The partnership of AAK Kamani, an India-based leading manufacturer of specialty oils and fats, and the Good Food Institute (GFI) India, which provides support to companies producing animal-free products, will speed up the development of plant-based meat and dairy alternatives. The joint endeavor will provide training seminars and guidance to create local-flavored and textured vegan items. In addition, the AAK Customer Innovation Center in Mumbai will host sessions specifically designed to assist individuals and businesses in taking advantage of opportunities to make attractive plant-based products suitable for the Indian market. We applaud your wise and forward-thinking efforts, AAK Kamani and Good Food Institute, and wish you much success. In Divine brilliance, may more companies follow your lead to more quickly bring about a vegan world.

 

United States sanctuary brings 1,000 hens to safety.

With the help of two chartered planes sponsored by a generous donor, Animal Place, a non-profit dedicated to sheltering rescued farm animals, has flown 1,000 chickens from an egg farm in Iowa State to its 600-acre safe haven in northern California. Initiated upon the farmer’s approval to release the hens to activists rather than end their lives in the wake of disruptions caused by the pandemic, the emergency rescue was carried out in collaboration with animal shelters Hercules’ Haven and Inner Light Sanctuary, as well as local volunteers. The birds will be nursed back to health for adoption or receive life-long care at the forever sanctuary. When asked how to best help the shelter and the hens, Kim Sturla, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Animal Place, said, “Stop eating eggs. Go Vegan!” You are true heroes, Kim Sturla, Animal Place, Hercules’ Haven, Inner Light Sanctuary, all donors and volunteers. God bless you and also the considerate farmer for the humane release. In Heaven’s light and grace, may all cherished animals soon live in freedom, safety and peace with the respect and care they so deserve. Supreme Master Ching Hai: “Thankfully present Animal Place the Shining World Compassion Award and a US$10,000 humble contribution to support your benevolent efforts, with lots of love, gratitude and praises for all you do to save precious lives. May Divine radiance and love forever uplift and protect you and all involved.”

 

When we relax, we can think clearer, so let's have fun with the joke of the day entitled “Simple Advice.”

I received an invitation for a wedding the other day, and I don't know how to decline it. Any suggestions?

Just reply them, “Thank you. Maybe next time.”

 

And now we have a heartline from Christelle in Senegal:

Hi, I’m Christelle from Senegal. I greatly appreciate what you are doing for us. I feel amazed every time I listen to the lectures of the Supreme Master and I confess that She is lovable... But my request is that you play for us, it would only be once a day, the beautiful and melodious songs of Master because I love them. Thank you to all the team and be enlightened... Christelle from Senegal...

 

Sweet Christelle, Thank you for your thoughtful request and writing about your love for Supreme Master Ching Hai. Master’s powerful and uplifting music is something we all like to hear. In “Between Master and Disciples,” right before and after the lecture excerpt, Master’s music is briefly played. You can download free and share Her music at EdenRules.com When you go to the site, click on either “Videos” or “Audio” and then click on “The Supreme Master’s Music” to see the wide variety of choices. May God bless you and Senegal’s vibrant people with health and fortune. In Heavenly glory, Supreme Master TV team

 

We welcome your heartlines, stories and or cute, loving animal clips. Please send them via SupremeMasterTV.com/heartline

Thank you for your presence on Noteworthy News. May heavenly joy and laughter grace your sojourn on Earth.

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