In today’s news, World Health Organization helps counter new Ebola outbreaks in Guinea and Democratic Republic of the Congo, United Arab Emirates’ Mars probe sends back planet’s picture, successful Denver, USA program uses health care workers for incident response instead of police, initiative installs locally-made plastic debris collectors in Aulacese (Vietnamese) river, all-male British choir creates song to help American girl sleep, Canadian company debuts vegan pepperoni, and Spain to ban wolf hunting.
World Health Organization (WHO) responds to Guinea and Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)’s Ebola outbreaks.
Over 100 WHO staff will help Guinea and the DRC to scale-up its readiness and response to recent Ebola infections. A humanitarian flight with 700 kilograms of medical equipment arrived in Guinea’s N’Zerekore prefecture, after three Ebola cases were detected. Twenty thousand Ebola vaccine doses have also been sent, and a 30-member vaccination team has been formed. WHO has provided US$1.25 million to Guinea to combat Ebola and enhance preparedness in neighboring nations. In the DRC, 70 high-risk people were vaccinated after four new Ebola cases were reported. The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund also donated US$15 million to the endeavor. The United Nations is a laureate of the Shining World Leadership Award for Humanitarianism and two Shining World Leadership for Lives-Saving-Hero Awards. Our sincere appreciation, WHO and the United Nations, for your prompt lives-saving response. May all in Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo soon enjoy good health, in Divine radiance.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) releases picture of Mars taken by space probe.
The UAE’s national space agency recently revealed a color photo of “the largest volcano in the solar system, Olympus Mons, emerging into the early morning sunlight” taken by a surveillance spacecraft it had put into orbit around Mars. It is the first time the nation has sent exploratory equipment into space, with the probe orbiting at almost 25,000 kilometers above the surface. The spacecraft, which is named Amal (meaning Hope in Arabic), will study the atmosphere of our neighbor with the goal of understanding the mysteries of the planet’s weather as well as to inspire UAE’s youth. What a wonderful achievement, United Arab Emirates, on sending a probe into space to help advance humanity’s understanding of our solar system. In the serenity of Allah, may your space research be successful as you learn precious insights into the weather of Mars.
Up next, successful Denver, USA program uses health care workers for incident response instead of police. We’ll take a moment to thank the foreign exchange clerks, who help us to convert our money into foreign currency, either at local banks, airports or local currency exchange centers. We’ll be right back, with more splendid news on Supreme Master Television.
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Denver, USA program successfully deploys health workers for non-violent incidents.
The Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) initiative provides crisis response to Denver residents who are having issues relating to mental health, poverty, homelessness, or substance abuse. This pilot program, which began in June 2020, responded to 748 such calls during the initial six months of the project without assistance needed from law enforcement. No individuals utilizing the service were arrested. It was found that using health workers greatly freed up the police to focus more on crime and traffic safety matters. Fantastic move, Denver, for your brilliant approach in using the right resources in managing the needs of the community and kudos, STAR team. May God always bless those who faithfully serve the public like you do.
Project in Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam, removing plastic from river.
An Aulacese (Vietnamese) non-profit, the Centre for Marinelife Conservation and Community Development (MCD), has installed plastic collectors along the nation’s second-largest river, the Sông Hồng. The devices help stop floating debris from reaching the Gulf of Tonkin and are made from locally-produced, low-cost materials. MCD developed the devices and tested them for over a year, collecting around 18 metric tons of waste. Over the next two years, more collectors will be installed. The initiative is funded in part by the Ocean Conservancy, a US-based non-profit, and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The United States is a recipient of four Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, three Shining World Leadership Awards for Good Governance, seven Shining World Leadership Awards for Promoting Healthy Living, and Shining World Leadership Awards for Justice, Protection, and Environmental Protection; and a laureate of 23 Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, three Shining World Leadership Awards for Protection, two Shining World Leadership Awards for Loving Care, a Shining World Peace Leader Award, Shining World Caring Leadership Award, and Shining World Super Loving Care Leadership Award. Way to go, Centre for Marinelife Conservation and Community Development and all partners, on your project to remove plastic waste from the environment. In the blessings of the Buddha, may Âu Lạc (Vietnam) always enjoy clean waterways.
United Kingdom all-male choir helps United States girl sleep with personalized song.
Richard Kane of Pennsylvania, USA, contacted the Bristol Man Chorus in the UK to express his appreciation for the comforting effect their songs were having on his five-year-old daughter Roslyn who was having nightmares. Roslyn and her sister Evelyn love the choir’s music. Quick to respond, chorus director Sam Burns created “Roslyn’s Lullaby,” with the lyrics:
“Roslyn, Evelyn, sing goodnight; Roslyn, Evelyn, close your eyes; Sweetest dreams, all warm and bright; Roslyn, Evelyn, sing goodnight.”
The Bristol Man Chorus recorded the special song through Zoom, and the lullaby has helped Roslyn sleep better. Thank you, Sam Burns and the Bristol Man Chorus, for your loving gesture to assist Roslyn to sleep soundly at night. In the Grace of Heaven, may your actions remind others of the importance of selfless devotion and serving one another.
Coming up, Canadian company debuts vegan pepperoni. We’re going to take a moment to think of a way to make someone’s day a little brighter. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more hopeful news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Visionary News for an Elegant World.
Canadian company releases plant-based pepperoni.
Vegan food enterprise Field Roast Grain Meat Co. has introduced a vegan pepperoni that is made from pea protein. The product provides 6 grams of protein per serving like its animal-based counterpart, features fat marbling and is spiced with cracked black pepper, fennel, paprika and garlic. Currently, it is available to food service providers in Canada and the US, and in the second quarter of 2021, it will be available in retail stores in both nations. The Pizza Nova chain in Canada has already started serving it at its more than 140 locations in Southern Ontario. Our hats off, Field Roast Grain Meat Co., on the successful launch of your new plant-based product. May the wave of vegan love soon extend to all hearts on the planet as we rejoice in a peaceful and compassionate world.
Spain to ban hunting of wolves.
All wolves in Spain have now been designated as a protected species by the State Commission for Natural Heritage of the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge. This means that the hunting of any wolf species is now prohibited. The Spanish wolf, also known as the Iberian wolf, is a grey wolf subspecies, and the animal plays a vital role in maintaining the health of diverse ecosystems. Sadly, only about 1,500 to 2,000 remain in the wild in Spain. Fortunately, the newly enacted ban will assist the recovery of the species. Congratulations, Spain, for taking such important and progressive measures. In Divine protection, may the intelligent wolves soon rebound in numbers and become a strong and resilient population.
We want to chill you out with a laugh with a joke of the day entitled, “Busy Packing.”
Glen saw his wife busy packing clothes.
“Where are you going?”
“To my mom’s place.”
Then, Glen also started packing.
“And where do you think you are going?”
“I’m also going to my mom’s place.”
“What about the kids?”
“Well, since you are going to your mom’s, and I am going to my mom’s, the kids should also go to their mom’s place.”
And now we have a heartline from Raha in Iran:
Greetings to the Great Supreme Master of All Worlds, and the kind and hard-working Supreme Master TV team. Some time ago, two kittens were found in our yard and we decided to take care of them; they were very small. Before this incident, we did not have a special feeling for cats, so sometimes we got tired and nervous and my husband was also dissatisfied with their presence. Eventually, they grew up a little bit and the sister cat got adopted while the brother cat stayed with us. This cat, named Honey, was very sociable from the beginning and made an emotional connection with us. I watched the enlightened words of the Supreme Master about pets and the focused love of cats and dogs on Supreme Master TV. It was as if a spark had ignited in my mind. Ever since Honey has been with us, I have now realized how this kind cat has unconditionally worked with love with each of my family members, and with my relationship between my husband and my children, bringing out our love, peace and kindness. Now, with this experience, I fully understand the words of the Supreme Master about the unconditional love of animals and how they bring out the love within us and bring us so much happiness. Thanks to the Supreme Master and the animals’ enlightening teachings. All is a gift from Supreme Master Ching Hai, The Ocean of Love. ♥ Raha from Iran
Good-hearted Raha, Our appreciation for sending in this uplifting story. It is a joy to hear how Honey’s love has brought so many blessings into your home and life, opening the hearts of family members. We pray that you, your bountiful-in-kindness co-citizens, and picturesque Iran may know Divine bliss. In Allah’s eternal Grace, Supreme Master TV team
P.S. Master says: “Considerate Raha, little Honey has a special affinity with you and your loved ones. He has come into your lives to awaken your Divine and loving connection with all animals. If only all of humanity could embrace and feel the love of our animal co-inhabitants, then our planet will become a paradise. Much love to you all and may Allah’s guiding Light always be with you and the sensitive Iranian people.”
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