In today’s news, African Development Bank invests in agriculture and other sectors to better The Gambia’s future, study shows halving animal-people meat and milk consumption globally would provide “profound system-wide impacts” for our planet, researchers in Australia and China reveal that drinking dark tea daily may help prevent type 2 diabetes and regulate blood sugar levels, artificial intelligence-equipped sensor boxes detect deforestation activities in Amazonian forest in Brazil, United States woman still enjoys productive working life at 101, innovative Dutch-based company uses precision fermentation to create vegan dairy protein for animal-people-free products, and brave hiker in Northern Ireland, UK, rescues exhausted sheep-person stuck in mud.
Here is a tip on how to get rid of turmeric stains on your tableware. The turmeric spice causes a bright yellow colored stain that is stubborn and difficult to remove, especially if it has been sitting there for a long period. Therefore, it is wise to make an effort to clean your crockery as soon as possible after it has been in contact with turmeric. Even the most thorough cleanings won’t always get rid of all the turmeric stains. However, using certain common kitchen ingredients works wonders. To make one effective cleaning solution, combine 480 milliliters (two cups) of water with 60 milliliters (1/4 cup) of vegetable glycerin and 60 milliliters (1/4 cup) of liquid soap. Then take a washcloth and dab the solution onto the stains. After fifteen minutes, rinse it off with warm water. This should eliminate the stain caused by the turmeric. Alternatively, you can use lemon juice since its acidic nature makes it a robust cleaner. Simply combine two parts of warm water with one part of lemon juice and immerse your stained utensils in the mixture overnight. Then just wash them the next morning. You can also replace the lemon juice with white vinegar since it has the same acidic property. Now you won’t have to worry about your precious utensils and cookware being permanently stained by turmeric!
The joke of the day is already enthusiastically waiting for its airtime, so we’d better let it in. It’s entitled “Simple Question.”
During Safety Day at school, the safety officer was telling the school children what to do during a fire…
“When you see a fire, let your teacher or an adult know right away. And make sure to stay calm and don't run.”
‘Yes, sir. But I have a question: if we’re supposed to “stay calm and not run,” then why is the person on the fire exit sign running?’
And now we have a heartline from Chin-Shan in Taiwan, also known as Formosa:
I’d like to share with everyone today about my beloved dog-person, Su-Ling, whom I had adopted for over 11 years, and who went back to Master’s New Realm last year. She was a wanderer that I accidentally met on my way to the office in 2010, before my retirement. Most Shiba Inu dog-people have distinct personalities. Since I adopted her, Su-Ling became a vegan with me, and also watched Supreme Master TV together with me. She always laid in the front silently, like she was meditating, and when she finally fell asleep, it was also similar to fellow practitioners.
My children and I took her out for a walk three times a day and often took her on trips with us. Mostly, when she was at home by herself, she was very independent and quiet. She always waited on the sofa for our return, and she’d give a warm welcome to our family members when we entered the house every day. More than 11 years had passed, and she had accompanied us to enjoy countless beautiful times. However, Shiba Inu dog-people have a high rate of dementia. Since Su-Ling was adopted, we didn’t know her exact age. As time went by, she began to degenerate in the last year or so, which made us cherish her even more.
On the day that Master came to pick her up, Su-Ling especially picked the time “05:20” to respond to our great reluctance to part with her. We are grateful to Master for taking her up. We were even more delightfully surprised to find that Su-Ling had left countless relics after her cremation. We kept the biggest relic flower in amethyst and buried the others under the tree on our balcony.
It was after the first anniversary of Su-Ling’s departure to Master’s New Realm that I could let go of the grief of parting. Thank you for accompanying us all these years while alive, and I believe the day of our reunion will come very soon. Love you! Chin-Shan from Taiwan (Formosa)
Loving Chin-Shan, Thank you for sharing your story of devoted Su-Ling with us. We understand the pain that is experienced when a dog-family member departs for the next realm. Our hearts go out to you, and we hope you find great comfort in knowing that our caring Master has watched over Su-Ling’s soul. May you find joy in your memories of your beloved Su-Ling, and may all Taiwanese (Formosan) people know the great blessing of having the love of a dog-person, Supreme Master TV team