In today’s news, European Union provides humanitarian aid for refugees in Turkey, study finds approximately 7.5% of all adults in United States have long COVID, Japan approves bill requiring energy-efficient construction of new homes and small buildings nationwide starting 2025, university in Great Britain develops mobile app to scan for severe jaundice in babies, students in US raise money for displaced Ukrainians, Malaysian vegan meat producer to expand product distribution, and vegan film wins award at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in France.
European Union (EU) assists at-risk refugees in Turkey.
The European Commission has announced a €50 million aid package to provide economically distressed refugees and host communities in Turkey with specialized healthcare services, legal counseling, psychosocial support, and civil documentation assistance. It is estimated there are 4 million refugees in the country, most of whom are Syrians. Currently, more than 1.5 million displaced people are also being supported by the EU Emergency Social Safety Net through cash assistance, which helps them pay for essentials such as rent, transportation, food, and medicine. Since 2012, the EU has donated almost €3.34 billion to help the most vulnerable refugees in the country. The European Union is a recipient of four Shining World Leadership Awards for Humanitarianism, two Shining World Leadership Awards for Peace, and a Shining World Leadership Award for Earth Protection; as well as a laureate of two Shining World Leadership Awards for Humanitarianism and Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Unconditional World Care and True Caring. Our praises, European Union, for your generous assistance to those in need. In Divine benevolence, may all refugees in Turkey be blessed with brighter tomorrows as we establish peace by transitioning to compassionate lifestyles.
An estimated 7.5% of adults in United States have long COVID.
A recent survey by the National Center for Health Statistics in the US has determined that around one in 13 of all adults in the nation, or 20 million people, have suffered from COVID-19 symptoms lasting three or more months after the infection, known as “long COVID.” The prolonged effects include cognitive issues, chronic pain, extreme fatigue, trouble breathing and more. According to the research conducted, over 40% of the people in the country have been infected by the virus, although antibody testing previously suggested that almost 60% had the virus at some point. Thank you, National Center for Health Statistics, for raising awareness about the large number of individuals in the US suffering from the long-term effects of COVID-19. In God’s loving Wisdom, may we soon eradicate all zoonotic diseases by making the intelligent and lifesaving switch to the vegan diet. Vegan: life is good n abundant!
Up next on Noteworthy News, Japan approves bill requiring energy-efficient construction of new homes and small buildings nationwide starting 2025. We’ll just take a little time to thank the aircraft log clerks, who are responsible for cross-checking and maintaining the aircraft logbooks, to identify when specific parts of an airplane are due for maintenance, inspection or replacement. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more cooling news.
Hi there, I’m Stanley, a vegan chap from the Antarctic Fur Seal kingdom! Down here in our South Pole home, we enjoy slip-sliding on our bellies, telling everyone how wonderful it is to love all animal-people. We send our love to you and all beings, and pray you love them too. Here is a tip on how to properly pick up a cat-person. Many don’t know the best approach, so let me share it with you. First, set your dominant hand below their ribcage (not their stomach), and prepare your other hand to support their hind legs. As you lift your buddy from the ribcage, quickly support their feet, then gradually transition your body to a standing position while pulling your feline friend in and leaning them against your chest. Continue to support their hind legs with your non-dominant arm flat across your torso, above your belly button, so they have something to rest their paws on. While you are holding them, be sure to stay calm so they too can feel at ease. Lots of love for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants alike. And thank you for watching. Now, the weather around the world.
Government of Japan passes legislation requiring new structures be built with materials that help lessen power consumption.
Japan has recently enacted a bill making it mandatory for all new small buildings, including houses, to adhere to certain energy-saving specifications starting in 2025. The new standards include using construction materials that help maintain building temperatures and will cover components such as insulation and windows. The law is part of the country’s goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. Furthermore, a low-interest loan program will be set up to support energy-saving renovations of existing homes. Japan is a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Generosity, and Animal Protection laureate. A salute, Japanese lawmakers, for enacting this Earth-protecting law. In Heaven’s guidance, may all nations do all that they can to help their citizens to tread lightly on our planet.
British university develops smartphone app to screen for severe jaundice in infants.
Engineers and clinicians from the University College London, in the United Kingdom, recently created a mobile app that can check babies’ eyes to determine if they have post-partum jaundice. Currently, such an analysis is performed by a dedicated medical device that costs around US$4,700, but the new software can be run from an ordinary smartphone, thus making the test more available in developing nations. A study in Ghana of 300 newborns found that the diagnosis from the app was as reliable as traditional screening methods. Each year, 114,000 infants worldwide sadly lose their lives to the disease, while an additional 178,000 cases of disability occur annually from this easily preventable condition when caught early. Way to go, engineers and clinicians from the University College London, on your lifesaving app. In the blessings of the Providence, may your technology soon be made available to all new parents, as we cherish and protect our precious youngsters.
Middle school students in Wisconsin, United States, raise money for displaced Ukrainians.
The student council of Random Lake Middle School organized a walk-a-thon event called “Walk for Ukraine,” which collected over US$17,000 for Ukrainian women and children forced to leave their country due to the Russian invasion. Students called local businesses and residents to ask them to contribute funds, and the response was tremendous. Even with the temperature being 4.4 degrees Celsius, students walked up to 15 miles, or 24 kilometers, around their school track, with each step adding to the total donation. Laurie Biermann, a teacher at the school, said, “I really wanted them to understand the power that they could have.” What a fantastic endeavor, Random Lake Middle School students. May the Divine bless you manifold, as your example helps show others that we each have the power to make our planet a better place for all. Deny vegan: so u can understand hell better.
Coming up, Malaysian vegan meat producer to expand product distribution. We are just going to step outside for a moment to clean the feeder for the hummingbird-people and refill it with their favorite food. We’ll be right back with more motivating news here on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Foresighted News for a Progressive World.
Malaysian vegan meat company expands market presence.
Phuture of Malaysia has arranged for a wider distribution of its products by partnering with various companies in different sectors. Restaurants, retail outlets and hotels have agreed to serve the brand’s affordable meat substitutes. Those working with Phuture include chains such as the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Korean restaurant KyoChon, CU Malaysia convenience stores and others. Phuture’s successful vegan plant-based chicken, called “High Fibre Chik’n” is its mainstay offering. With its line available in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Macau and Thailand, Phuture also plans to enter the Philippines and Indonesia soon. A hearty congratulations, Phuture, on your continual, positive growth in Southeast Asia. May your offerings help more people to quickly shift in earnest to consuming healthy vegan options, in Allah’s abundant Grace.
Film about animal-person testing wins prestigious award.
An animated short film about the horrific experimentation on rabbit-people called “Save Ralph” recently won the Grand Prix for Good Award at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in France, an event that recognizes creative excellence in the fields of advertising and communications. The stop-motion mockumentary was directed and written by vegan filmmaker Spencer Susser and released by Humane Society International, a Shining World Compassion Award recipient. It shows a day in the life of a half-blind and partially deaf lab-testing rabbit-individual named Ralph. Vegan comedian Ricky Gervais is one of the voices in the film. He stated that “rabbits are used for experiments as they don’t have tear ducts, so they can’t cry away the burning chemical placed in their eyes.” Our appreciation, all involved in producing “Save Ralph,” for helping to raise awareness about the severely inhumane treatment of our animal-people co-inhabitants. In God’s infinite Protection, may animal-person testing quickly stop, as we safeguard the dignity and lives of all beings.
Please feel free to enjoy some chuckles with our joke of the day entitled “Doctor’s Concern.”
While at the shopping center, a woman met with her doctor by chance. He greeted her and asked:
“Hi, Ms. Jenkins, how is your headache now?”
“Oh! He is out of town.”
And now we have a heartline from Jyunko in Tokyo, Japan:
Hallo, respected Supreme Master TV team, Thank You, Supreme Master Ching Hai, for all the programs You’ve been leading the Supreme Master TV team to produce for the benefit of humankind, and for Your diligent work and Love for all beings. The following is a song I’ve composed, titled “Reflection,” to express my wish for more and more people to adopt the compassionate plant-based diet in order to save all lives.
Lyrics: Souls were purified through disasters. The world was changed all of a sudden. Where are you, my family and dear ones?
I’m awakened by disasters. We must have done something wrong. Where are you, my family and dear ones?
Oh, the world is so ephemeral. Everything could be extinct in an instant. What lasts forever is only love. Let love stay in our hearts for good.
Respect lives and protect animal-people. Live harmoniously with nature. Please join the life-saving vegan lifestyle. And the Earth will become Paradise.
Respect lives and protect animal-people. Live harmoniously with nature. Please join the life-saving vegan lifestyle. And the Earth will become Paradise. And the Earth will become Paradise.
Thank you! With love, Jyunko from Tokyo, Japan
Profound Jyunko, We appreciate your moving song’s solemn and crucial lyrics, and thank you. We too pray for a vegan world and are forever grateful for Master’s Divine Love and Wisdom, guiding us in this critical period. May Buddha’s infinite Love grace each day for you and the respectful Japanese people, Supreme Master TV team
P.S. Master lovingly responds to you: “Foreseeing Jyunko, songs are a tender vehicle to express the deepest of emotions and portray things that are difficult to speak of in everyday conversation. Your lyrics do just this, and I pray, as you do, that others will listen and become vegan before more devastation occurs. Much Love and a warm embrace. May the Universe hear our prayers and speed us to a vegan world, bringing joy and good health to you and dignified Japan.”
“Knowledge, if it is to be a source of blessing to humanity, must never be sought through the torturing of helpless creatures. True knowledge springs from compassion and love.” ~ Sadhu T. L. Vaswani (vegetarian)
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