In today’s news, Canada donates to refugees in Rwanda, UNESCO report calls for recognizing true value of water to better safeguard it, Spanish holm oak wins European Tree of the Year, ancient monastery and church discovered in Egypt, 12-year-old genius aspires to become a NASA engineer, British vegan chocolate brand sees 300% surge in sales, and Australian farmer guards rare bird nests for 60 years.
Canada supports refugees in Rwanda.
Canada has donated US$794,000 to assist 135,000 Burundian and Congolese refugees living in camps in Rwanda. The funds will be distributed through the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) as cash transfers to the people, which will allow them to purchase the food they require. WFP Rwanda Representative and Country Director, Edith Heines, said, “This generous contribution from the Government and people of Canada will help prevent an even deeper reduction in food assistance for refugees in the coming months.” 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. Our earnest gratefulness, Canada, your kind citizens, and the United Nations World Food Programme, for your ongoing aid for Burundian and Congolese people in need. In the blessings and protection of Heaven, may all countries work together to ensure every refugee will soon find peaceful and safe homes.
UNESCO report emphasizes recognizing true value of water to better protect it.
In conjunction with World Water Day on March 22, 2021, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) published a 206-page report that recommends an equitable approach to measure the real worth of water. The publication asserted that while having access to water is a basic human right, over two billion people live in areas subjected to water stress. To better manage and safeguard water, the report recommended that the many aspects of the precious resource be accounted for in its valuation. The facets were categorized into five groups, namely: water sources and ecosystems, water infrastructure, water services, socio-economic activities, as well as sociocultural values including recreational, cultural, and spiritual. Many thanks, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. For the sustenance of all lives, may we treasure and conserve every resource on Earth, in Divine light.
Up next, Spanish holm oak wins European Tree of the Year. We’ll spend some time now to thank logistics planners who coordinate the flow of goods and services from point of origin to the point of consumption, making sure the right customer gets the right product at the right time, minimizing the cost. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more meaningful news.
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Spanish holm oak wins European Tree of the Year 2021.
For the first time in the competition’s 11-year history, Spain has received recognition for its one thousand-year-old holm oak, found in Lecina village in the province of Huesca, in northeastern Spain. Measuring 16.5 meters high and 28 meters in diameter, the magnificent tree has been a central gathering place for the community for a millennium. It is cherished by local residents who keep it in superb condition. Felisa Arasanz, co-owner of the tree, said, “We hope that the holm oak will continue to be cared for and pampered as my father pampered it and my mother loved it.” Spain is a laureate of two Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion. Congratulations, Spain! May your gentle people continue to appreciate and preserve for the wonders of nature, in God’s love.
Ancient monastery and church discovered in Egypt.
Archaeologists from Norway and France recently uncovered an ancient church and monks’ quarters in the Bahariya Oasis of Egypt’s Western Desert. The buildings were inhabited from around the 4th to the 7th century AD and contain biblical inscriptions in Greek, and ostraca, or broken pieces of pottery, with Greek writing referencing monks. The buildings were made of either mud brick or basalt stone, and some were carved into the bedrock. Thank you, archaeologists from France and Norway, for this fascinating look into religious structures of the past. In the grace of the Providence, may the spiritual nature in all people be awakened to live in communion with the Divine that dwells within us.
Twelve-year-old prodigy on track to fulfill her dreams of working for NASA.
Alena Wicker, of Arizona, United States, will start attending Arizona State University (ASU) in the summer of 2021, with a double major in chemistry and astronomical and planetary science. After graduation, which Alena hopes will happen at age 16, the aspiring engineer plans to work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and build rovers such as the one used on Mars in the Perseverance mission. Alena’s mother, Daphne McQuarter, cultivated her daughter’s love for math and science as she homeschooled the bright girl. “It doesn’t matter what your age or what you’re planning to do,” Alena told Arizona TV station KPNX. “Go for it, dream, then accomplish it.” Wow! Your achievements are remarkable, Alena Wicker. We look forward to your visionary scientific contributions as you inspire young girls worldwide, in Celestial radiance.
Coming up, British vegan chocolate brand sees 300% surge in sales. We’ll just pause for a moment to make a glass of lemonade to hydrate ourselves. More cheerful news coming up on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Pleasant News for a Wondrous World.
British vegan chocolate brand reports a high demand in online sales.
Multi-award winning brand Moo Free, founded by Mike and Andrea Jessop in 2010, recently reported a 300% rise in online sales. After their first vegan Easter egg product was an outstanding success, the company quickly grew due to customers’ high demand. All of their products’ are sourced ethically, approved by the Vegan Society, and their packaging is also recyclable. The delicious chocolates are available in all United Kingdom major retailers. Recently their chocolates have been accepted into the UK-based Guild of Fine Foods. Kudos to you, Moo Free! We hope to see more vegan alternatives in the future, in Heaven’s delight.
For over 60 years, Australian farmer has been protecting rare birds.
When 74-year-young Trevor Wyatt was just six, his father introduced him to three nests of the rare malleefowl, of which he has become a lifelong guardian. These unique birds dig around one metric ton of soil each day for 11 months of the year to maintain their nests at a perfect temperature and then protect their eggs by covering them. The malleefowl hens lay between 20 and 30 eggs a year, but on average, only one chick survives to adulthood. After watching over and befriending these elusive birds for six decades, Mr. Wyatt has been described as a malleefowl whisperer. He said that on one occasion, the birds were so exhausted from their daily task of shifting large amounts of soil that the male malleefowl allowed him to help. Mr. Wyatt has not yet had the opportunity to witness a hatching, but hopes his luck in that matter will change. Our heartfelt thanks, Trevor Wyatt, for your devoted guardianship towards these beautiful birds – God bless you. We pray that the malleefowl will flourish and hope that you can witness a hatching one day soon.
Nourish your spirit with laughter and adopt a positive mindset. Let’s take a moment for the joke of the day entitled “High School Friends.”
Brad and Janet, old high school friends, met for the first time after their graduation several years ago:
“Did you know that I had taken up story-writing as a career?”
“No! That sounds exciting! How is it going? Did you sell anything yet?”
“Yes. My watch, my piano, and my overcoat.”
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