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2021-03-03
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In today’s news, United Kingdom provides urgent cyclone relief to Mozambique, NASA extends Jupiter and Mars missions, Nepali climbers make historic winter ascent of K2 mountain, charity says migrants vital to European nations’ functioning, courageous Colombian boy’s activism recognized by United Nations, United States vegan seafood startup poised to disrupt global shrimp industry, and community creates conservation park in Kenya. All this and more, on Supreme Master Television, your constructive global network.

United Kingdom supports cyclone-affected Mozambicans.

The UK is contributing up to £1 million in aid and sending a relief team to assist the International Organization for Migration’s efforts in central Mozambique in Cyclone Eloise’s aftermath. The funding will be used to provide emergency shelter and accommodation, improve road access and drainage, as well as assist over 8,000 people across 28 emergency centers. Vital items such as 3,000 family tents, 6,000 hygiene kits, and 5,000 kitchen kits are being distributed. The United Kingdom is a laureate of the Shining World Leadership for Caring Award, Shining World Wise Leadership Award, and Shining World Leadership Awards for Protection, Animal Protection and Kindness. Our genuine praise and gratitude, United Kingdom, for your generous help to the Mozambicans in their time of need. Many thanks also, International Organization for Migration. May all the affected people soon recover and return to normal life, in the blessings of the Providence.

NASA’s Mars and Jupiter exploration missions extended.

The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently announced that its respective Mars and Jupiter spacecraft missions would be lengthened, due to the wealth of scientific information that the probes have returned over time. Juno’s orbiting of Jupiter has given extensive data and incredible photographs of the gaseous planet, including its moon Europa, which contains an ocean and possibly life. It will stay on duty until September 2025. In 2019, the InSight Mars lander recorded the first-ever Mars quake and mysterious bursts of magnetism. The probe will be active until December 2022 and possibly longer. Way to go, NASA, for your intriguing studies of Mars and Jupiter and the extension of your research programs for these planets. In Heaven’s upliftment, may your work bring further insights into our solar system, as well as our own Earth.

Up next, Nepali climbers make historic winter ascent of K2 mountain. We’ll just pause to thank the packaging and filling machine operators that run machines to prepare products for storage or shipment. We’ll be right back, with more splendid news on Supreme Master Television.

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Nepali climbers first-ever to reach K2 summit in winter.

A team of 10 Nepali sherpas has set a new world record by successfully reaching the top of the 8,611-meter high K2, the world’s second tallest mountain, and the only one of the planet’s 14 peaks over 8,000-meters high whose summit had not been reached during the winter season. K2 is considered a very challenging mountain to climb, with only a few attempts to scale it ever made in winter. One of the sherpas, Nirmal Purja, a former member of the UK’s Special Boat Service, said that the historic feat was only made possible by collaboration, teamwork, and a positive mental attitude. Kudos to the successful Nepali team for this heroic achievement! May your accomplishment show humankind that glory is made possible with cooperation and determination, in Divine radiance.

Migrants keep European nations functioning during pandemic.

A recent article by Maria Nyman, the Secretary-General of Caritas Europa, a network of relief, development and social service organizations, has highlighted the essential work of migrants in areas such as public transport, homecare, and healthcare during the pandemic. Their service is occurring at a time when Europe is already experiencing staffing shortages in these sectors. Ms. Nyman encourages European nations to help further with the assimilation and integration of the new residents into society and the workforce. She stated, “The more migrants are welcomed and are empowered to thrive, the more their host countries and communities can benefit from their contributions.” Our appreciation, Maria Nyman and Caritas Europa, for your loving advocacy and charitable endeavors. In the benevolence of the Divine, may migrants in Europe find suitable livelihoods and comfortable homes to live their lives in peace and dignity.

Young Colombian environmentalist lauded by United Nations (UN), a Shining World Leadership for Lives-Saving-Hero Award laureate.

Eleven-year old Francisco Vera of Villeta was recognized for his pioneering social activism by Her Excellency Dr. Michelle Bachelet, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and a Shining World Leadership Award for Protection recipient, via a letter personally delivered to him. Francisco had pleaded with government officials to improve Internet access in his country to benefit children studying online. In 2019, he founded the environmental organization Guardians of Life, which has members in Colombia, Argentina and Mexico. The group planted hundreds of trees in 2020 and campaigned for a ban on single-use plastic items. The remarkable youth launched his activism at the tender age of six, joining his family to demonstrate against bullfighting. God bless you, Francisco Vera. We congratulate you on your noble work on behalf of the environment and our innocent co-inhabitants, in Heaven’s love.

Coming up, vegan seafood startup poised to disrupt global shrimp industry. We’ll step outside for a moment to admire the beautiful clouds in the sky. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more high-thinking news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Visionary News for an Improving World.

Vegan seafood company introduces plant-based shrimp.

New Wave Foods, a United States-headquartered plant-based seafood firm that produces a sustainable, healthy and delicious shrimp alternative, made primarily from seaweed and plant proteins, has raised US$18 million from venture capitalists to expand its production and market. Initially, the startup will sell its vegan shrimp via restaurants and foodservice providers. The New Wave product is versatile, can be used in existing shrimp recipes, and contains the eight essential amino acids. It replicates the taste and texture of its animal-based counterpart, bringing a compassionate choice to the US$9 billion worldwide shrimp industry. The company will offer plant-based crab, scallops and lobster in the future. Bravo, New Wave Foods and all the investors, for your bold efforts and smart business sense. We wish you great success in your benevolent endeavor for the benefit of our friends in the sea, in Heaven’s infinite grace.

Community establishes conservation area in Kenya.

Located adjacent to Kenya’s famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, the 2,400-hectare Nashulai Maasai Conservancy was previously an overgrazed, barren wasteland. About five years ago, the local Maasai community joined their individual properties, to create a communal conservation space and share the land with the animal co-inhabitants. The reserve has become more climate change-resilient and is now teeming with wildlife. A 2020 United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Equator Prize winner, the Conservancy contains a bird sanctuary and elephant nursery, while the revenues from ecotourism have supported the construction of two schools and increased clean water availability. Entrepreneurship and leadership training for women, who occupy half of the leadership roles, have also been facilitated. Congratulations, Nashulai Maasai Conservancy, on your nature preservation successes. May humans and animals thrive together once more, in the protective guidance of the Divine.

Let’s “de-stress” ourselves with a joke of the day, “Conditions to Marry.”

In the midst of a disagreement, Tina said to her husband Ben:

"You know, I was really deaf and blind when I married you!"

"And look at your condition now… perfect sight and excellent hearing – I healed you."

And now we have a heartline from Nguyễn Dương in Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam:

Beloved Master and dear Supreme Master Television team, When I realize what true love is, I understand the tears of the Masters: “THE HEART OF THE SAINT IS FOREVER IN SORROW THE VOW TO SAVE THE WORLD, WILL IT EVER COME TO FRUITION? I KNEEL AND REAFFIRM, MY FAITH IN A CREATOR AND IMPLORE HIRM THIS PLANET TO RESTORE.” And that is when I realized I was so lucky to enter the door of Quan Yin – the door which You open to all humanity! At the age of 60, I began to understand the true purpose of human life when You led me on the noble spiritual path! Thank You infinitely for the miraculous change You have bestowed upon me: over the past 10 years, I didn’t have to check into the hospital. Now, at age 73, I still ride a motorcycle easily in heavy traffic and interact with young people via the Internet, and wish that I could live harmoniously with all co-inhabitants on this Earth which is filled with Buddha’s and Jesus’ wisdom, in a world where I can compose my poem spontaneously in Your boundless Love. IT CAN ONLY BE YOU. It can only be You Great is Tim Qo Tu! Your love spreads far and wide For Âu Lạc (Vietnam) to rejoice Brilliant light On the S-shaped land. [Tim Qo Tu] only Gives, and takes not. If one wishes to make offerings A pure heart would suffice. Hes created all beings. Just in different shapes only. Don’t do wrongdoings Or disaster and disease will befall us. True love does exist Inside each being. But it needs to be awakened. By the Quan Yin key! TIM QO TU, a thousand times thank You! May You be healthy, and may Your wish for WORLD VEGAN, WORLD PEACE soon come true! NGUYỄN DƯƠNG from Âu Lạc (Vietnam)

                   

Eloquent Nguyễn Dương, Our appreciation for your heartline. We are glad you are in good spirits and excellent health at 73 years young! Your poem has touched a chord, and we thank you for sharing it. We join you in praise of The Loved Lord of All Worlds. May you and the big-hearted people of Âu Lạc (Vietnam) take great leaps to increasingly higher levels of consciousness. In Heaven’s warm embrace, Supreme Master TV team

P.S. Master said: “Gifted Nguyễn Dương, I enjoyed reading your composition and thank you for it. Those who receive the Quan Yin Method are immeasurably blessed as countless eons upon eons may pass before one may have the opportunity to learn it. I am glad you have found the “door” and now you are a part of the Quan Yin family. May Buddha’s abundant grace be with you and your energetic Aulacese (Vietnamese) co-citizens.”

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

It’s been a pleasure to have your company on Noteworthy News. May your days be filled with heavenly bliss and love.

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