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Humanity’s Leap to the Golden Era: Washington, D.C., Climate Change Conference, Part 17 of 17, November 8, 2009

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God bless you all and God bless great America. Thank you so much. Please tell me we can be veg, go green, do good deeds, and save the planet. Say yes. (Yes!) So be it. Bless you. We will save the planet with your help.

(We are delighted to present a trio of musicians from Washington, D.C.) That’s good. (The St. Charles String was founded in 2004 as an opportunity to promote chamber music through educational outreach programs and concerts. These musicians are renowned for their technique and exciting repertoire. In addition to playing classical chamber music, the St. Charles String are also known for their fun and uplifting arrangements of modern rock tunes – a true celebration of youth, inspiration, and endless possibilities.) (Please welcome the St. Charles String, playing “Sunrise Quartet, Allegro con Spirito.”)

Excellent, excellent! Thank you so much! Could you please give them some gifts for me, like books and a little red envelope? (Yes, Master. And we wanted to thank them for sharing their elevating music with our world audience.) Thank you.

(Which raises the question, what will music be like in the Golden Era? Our final song is from Nominjin, a singer-songwriter from Mongolia whose voice is a joy to behold.) Yes. (This evening, she will be singing “From a Distance.” While she performs, we will watch a video that celebrates the dawn of the Golden Era here on Earth. Please give a warm welcome to Nominjin.)

(From a distance the world is blue and green. And the snow capped mountains white. From a distance the ocean meets the stream. And the eagle takes to flight. From a distance there is harmony. And it echoes through the land. It’s the voice of hope It’s the voice of peace. It’s the voice of every man. From a distance we all have enough And no one is in need. And there are no guns, no bombs and no disease. And no hungry mouths to feed From a distance we are instruments marching in a common band. Playing songs of hope. Playing songs of peace. They’re the songs of every man God is watching us. From a distance you look like my friend Even though we are at war. From a distance I just cannot comprehend. What all this fighting’s for. From a distance there is harmony. And it echoes through the land. It’s the hope of hopes. It’s the love of loves It’s the hearts of every man. And it’s the hope of hopes. It’s the love of loves. It’s the song of every man. God is watching us from a distance God is watching us from a distance.)

Bravo, bravo! Beautiful, beautiful! Beautiful lyrics as well.

(Thank you, Nominjin, for that stunning performance, and the video was very inspiring. We are looking forward to that happy day!)

(Supreme Master Ching Hai, we have a special presentation for You from Mr.Lý Kiến Trúc, President of the Vietnamese American Media and Artists Association, Orange County, California. One of our Association members is here to accept this award on Your behalf.) Let me fly over in a minute!

(Please give a warm welcome to Mr. Lý Kiến Trúc.) Well, thank you, thank you. Thank you.

(The inscription reads: “On behalf of all the people inhabiting this green world, I would like to thank you, the organizing committee and Supreme Master Ching Hai, for all Your compassionate work. Lý Kiến Trúc.”) Thank you.

(Lý Kiến Trúc is a journalist and President of the Vietnamese American Media and Artists Association, Orange County, California.) Thank you.

(Good evening, Supreme Master Ching Hai.) Good evening. (Good evening, everyone. I am Aulacese (Vietnamese). I am a journalist. The Aulacese (Vietnamese) community is in Orange County, Southern California. I am very happy and honored to be here and I thank You very much, Supreme Master Ching Hai.) I thank you. Thank you very much, Mr. Lý Kiến Trúc. I wish your family good health.

(Many thanks for your thoughtfulness, Mr. Lý Kiến Trúc. Your work as a dedicated journalist is appreciated.)

Yes. I send my love and regards to all the journalists at home there, and my best wishes and regards.

I said, “I send my love and regards to all the journalists at home there, and my best wishes and regards.” And thanks for the award, thank you. God bless you. In case you didn’t know, he also opened a couple of vegetarian restaurant. Please visit.

(Supreme Master Ching Hai, we are very grateful for You sharing Your time and Your wisdom with us this afternoon. Before leaving us, would You like to share a final message?)

I thought everybody should go and have a vegan gourmet dinner. Are you hungry? (Yes!) OK. I just want to say thank you again. God bless you all and God bless great America. Thank you so much. Please tell me we can be veg, go green, do good deeds, and save the planet. Say yes. (Yes!) So be it. Bless you. We will save the planet with your help.

Good night, I love you all. God bless you. God bless us. God protect the planet. See you sometime. So long, and much love, love – love from my heart. (We wish You all the very best, Supreme Master.) I wish you all the best also, my love. Bye-bye, love.

(We would like to also thank our two talented American Sign Language interpreters Miss Bevin McNamara and Miss Andrea K. Smith. Their diligent work has helped the hearing impaired enjoy this very special conference.)

(And our special thanks to Supreme Master Television for sharing this conference with viewers around the world. Inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, Supreme Master Television broadcasts positive and constructive programs.)

(Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes our “Humanity's Leap to the Golden Era: Washington, D.C., Climate Change Conference.” Wishing all of you ever greater happiness, health, and a long, joyous future! May Heaven be with you always! Bye-bye!)

“(I hear the message clearly, in regards to the impact of animal husbandry, of animal farming on the environment. And I believe that most who are here are already converts to that idea, so it certainly was very useful for me to hear that message myself. I am very impressed with the work that She (Supreme Master Ching Hai) is doing because ultimately it’s about the future, and the future is our children and they are at risk, at significant risk. They’re at risk by virtue of the diets that are imposed on them. And so I think it’s very important that all this kind of information be made available to as many people as possible.)”

“(I was very impressed. She’s (Supreme Master Ching Hai) very non-pretentious, down-to-earth, humble, funny. It was wonderful. It’s wonderful to see the conscious, different sort of cultural groups being involved in this in a different way and it felt spiritual.)”

“(Be veg! Go green! 2 Save the planet!)”

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