In today’s news, Morocco provides humanitarian assistance to Yemen, climate change impacts the natural cycles of Swiss lakes, archaeologists discover artifacts of ancient culture in Sichuan, China, Australia to reduce plastic waste, small town in Pennsylvania, United States commemorates local hardworking delivery driver, professional football club Real Madrid promotes plant-based eating, and in Panama, hidden cameras give us a glimpse of majestic jaguars, including rare black ones.
Morocco provides vital aid to Yemen.
Morocco has committed US$1 million to Yemen to address the humanitarian crisis leaving 16 million people vulnerable to famine in 2021. This donation was ordered by His Majesty King Mohammed VI. Morocco has been a long-time supporter of Yemen and calls for the international community to provide more assistance during this urgent time. In addition, regarding those who have promised aid to Yemen, The United Nations Secretary General, His Excellency António Guterres, stated, “I thank those who pledged generously and ask others to consider again what they can do to help stave off the worst famine the world has seen in decades.” His Majesty King Mohammed VI of Morocco and the people of Morocco are Shining World Leadership Award for Peace laureates. Our heartfelt salute, Your Majesty King Mohammed VI and caring Moroccans, for your benevolent goodwill toward Yemen. In Allah’s upliftment, may all people assist our brothers and sisters in their time of need.
Climate change affects the natural cycles of Swiss lakes.
A recent simulation study of 29 Swiss lakes by the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology has revealed that if the global temperature rises by more than two degrees Celsius, important ecological processes of lakes in the mid-altitude regions could be disrupted. They would be in danger of losing their seasonal ice cover, causing changes in the distribution of oxygen and nutrients and thus leading to higher risks of oxygen deficiency as well as overgrowth of algae and toxic cyanobacteria, which can harm both humans and animals. Thank you, Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology researchers, for helping us to understand even more reasons to work toward a stable climate. May peaceful mountains and lakes continue to be a haven for all Earthlings as we strive to be better stewards of our planet, in Heaven’s grace.
Up next, artifacts of ancient culture discovered in Sichuan, China. We’ll just take a little time to thank psychiatric nurses who specialize in providing care and therapies to patients with mental health issues. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more enriching news.
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More elaborate ancient artifacts discovered at site in China.
In six new locations at the Sanxingdui archaeological site in Sichuan Province, China, scientists have unearthed additional evidence of an advanced civilization. The recent findings include over 500 objects made from bronze, jade, gold and other materials, that are over 3,000 years old. Gold leaves and decorations, bronze trees, as well as a remarkable gold mask fragment were among the well-crafted items. The engravings and markings on the pieces are not understood; however, experts have hypothesized that the objects belonged to the highly-skilled ancient Shu kingdom and indicate cultural exchanges were taking place at that time. Fascinating news, Chinese archaeologists. In the love of the Buddha, may your efforts lead to a clearer picture of the amazing history of the wise Chinese people.
Australia plans to reduce plastic waste.
The Australian Government’s Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment recently launched the National Plastic Plan to address the pressing problem of plastic waste and pollution. The initiative will use five methods to ease the situation, such as investment, research and development, industry goals, legislation, and community education. National goals by 2025 include 100% of packaging to be reusable, recyclable or compostable, and phasing out “problematic and unnecessary single-use plastic.” Australia is a recipient of five Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, and Shining World Leadership Awards for Protection and Good Governance; as well as a laureate of three Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, and Shining World Leadership Awards for Caring, Good Governance, Health Guardian and High Moral Value. Way to go, Australia! May the issue of global plastic waste soon be resolved for a cleaner and safer world for all life, in the light of the Divine.
Community holds surprise thank-you party for hardworking delivery driver.
Chad Turns has delivered packages in the small town of Dauphin in Pennsylvania, United States, for more than a decade and is well-known by customers for his kindness, thoughtfulness and excellent service. Since the COVID-19 pandemic arose and dispatch orders became more commonplace, Mr. Turns has worked 60 to 80 hours a week over the past year to make sure all packages are received. Wishing to show their appreciation for his efforts, the town’s residents held a surprise gathering. Mr. Turns, who gives treats to his customers’ dog companions, was moved to tears and said the show of gratitude was “very touching and humbling.” Such a kind gesture, Dauphin citizens! Our warm applause, Chad Turns. We join in commemorating the diligent workers who quietly help to bring goods and necessities to our doorsteps, especially in these uncertain times. May Heavens bless you manifold.
Coming up, pro football club Real Madrid promotes plant-based eating. We’ll pause for a moment to be grateful for the opportunity to work and contribute to the society in many different ways. More supporting news coming up on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Helpful News for a Kinder World.
Real Madrid and Meatless Farm promote plant-based alternatives.
Famed Spanish professional football club Real Madrid has teamed up with Meatless Farm, one of the United Kingdom’s fastest growing 100% vegan companies, to raise awareness about the impact of food on the environment. The club’s nutritionists will collaborate with Meatless Farm to reveal how plant-based alternatives can play a part in the high-performance demands of elite athletes. Real Madrid recently became the first football club to sign up as a participant of the United Nation Global Compact corporate sustainability initiative. Founder of Meatless Farm, Morten Toft Bech, said “The plant-based sector has grown massively in the last couple of years but we need to move faster if we are to address the urgency of the climate crisis.” Bravo, Real Madrid and Meatless Farm, on your smart partnership. In God’s wisdom, may your endeavor help many to quickly transition to the compassionate vegan lifestyle.
Hidden cameras reveal Panama’s big cats.
A project that studies jaguars in Panama’s Mamoní Valley has given the world new glimpses of the iconic cat as well as other species. The Kaminando Habitat Connectivity Initiative installed 75 hidden cameras that in addition to jaguars, recorded video of other wild cats, including puma, ocelot, margay and jaguarondi. The researchers were especially fascinated to see that out of the 15 individual jaguars, most had the familiar spots but two of them were black. The color variation is also known as melanism and the scientists theorize that it occurs more frequently in humid forests. Our appreciation, researchers of the Kaminando Habitat Connectivity Initiative. Through your important work, we are able to share in the beauty of these majestic felines, in the protection of the Providence.
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“When I was in college one of my professors did a study on ‘the best length for a person’s legs.‘”
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“Just long enough to reach the ground.”
And now we have a heartline from Esther Méndez in Spain:
Beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai, I am so happy to hear from You. I love You very, very, very much, and I miss You very much. I am looking forward to going to retreat with You again in the near future. I have the most beautiful, wonderful, loving memories with You in retreats. I am very thankful that I can watch You on Supreme Master TV every day. I wish You health, safety, happiness, love, a very long life, and success in Your noble mission in this lifetime. May God forever bless You and protect You. I send You lots of love, kisses and hugs, Esther Méndez from Madrid, Spain
Appreciative Esther, Master sends to you some uplifting words: “Expressive Esther, Your heart knows my Love and it’s wonderful you have such fond memories of the retreats. We are always connected through Master Power. Let us all pray that the world quickly becomes vegan and knows the vibrant good health and well-being of the vegan lifestyle, for which you are a beautiful role model. God bless you, your loved ones and splendid Spain.”
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