In today’s news, Japan provides health assistance to Afghanistan’s mothers and children, new COVID-19 variants spreading rapidly around the globe, New Zealand aims for carbon neutrality in its public sector, United States-based company uses plastic waste to build roads, Georgian teacher sells flowers to assist students in need, popular Canadian plant-based food company launches vegan gyozas, and researchers discover possible new beaked whale species.
Japan, a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion, Animal Protection and Generosity laureate, assists Afghanistan in maternal healthcare.
Japan is donating around US$9 million to help Afghanistan vaccinate over 1.4 million infants, 3.1 million women, and approximately 10 million children under five. While assisting the nation in eradicating the poliovirus, the grant contributes to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal to ensure the health and well-being of people, especially youngsters. The funds will be distributed through the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and implemented by UNICEF, the Japan International Cooperation Agency, and Afghanistan’s Ministry of Public Health. Overall, Japan has granted around US$6.8 billion to support the country since 2001. Our thankfulness, Japan. In Divine light, may the spiritual Afghan people be endowed with lives of happiness and abundance.
New COVID-19 variants spreading rapidly around the globe.
Known as B.1.1.7, the mutation of the COVID-19 virus that caused a surge of infections in the United Kingdom since December 2020, has rapidly found its way to dozens of other nations in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. B.1.1.7 is up to 70% more contagious and has prompted many travel restrictions around the globe. Meanwhile, scientists are alarmed about another highly contagious strain of COVID-19 detected in South Africa, called 501.V2, because its outer structure may render the vaccines ineffective. Other countries that reported cases of this strain were Australia, France, Switzerland and Zambia. Our appreciation, all authorities and scientists who are diligently monitoring the new variants of COVID-19. We pray that all people will quickly leave animal products off their plates to halt this and future pandemics, in Heaven’s mercy.
Up next, New Zealand aims for carbon neutrality in its public sector. We’ll pause for a moment to thank the hospital janitors, who are providing a valuable service while risking their own safety on the frontlines of COVID-19. Please stay for more enriching news on Supreme Master Television.
Hallo, virtuous viewers, it’s Moia the vegan Eupholus Magnificus! All my friends love my easy-going vibe, because I’m a vegan! Try it for yourself and your friends will feel the same about you! If you have stains on your cutting board that don’t seem to go away, a simple solution is to use lemon and sunlight. Squeeze the juice from half of a lemon onto the discolored areas on your cutting board, making sure to spread the juice all over the stains using the lemon peel. Then, take the cutting board outside where it can absorb plenty of sunlight for at least several hours. Finally, wash it with soapy water and you should see a difference! You can also repeat the steps as needed. Love you so much for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet thus save the world! And thank you for your attention. Here’s the weather around our beautiful globe.
New Zealand steps up in addressing climate crisis.
The New Zealand government has formally acknowledged the planet is experiencing a climate change emergency, joining 32 other nations in doing so. New Zealand also committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2025. Concrete steps to be taken include replacing 200 coal-fired boilers in public service buildings, and acquiring electric and hybrid cars while decreasing the overall number of vehicles. New Zealand is a Shining World Leadership Awards for Compassion and Peace recipient, and a Shining World Leadership Awards for Earth Conservation, Earth Protection, Earth Guardian, Climate-Change Mitigation and Earth Restoration laureate. We appreciate New Zealand and other countries for recognizing the urgent state of the climate. In God’s benevolence, may all governments quickly implement vegan laws as the only sure way to rescue our planet and our world.
United States-based company uses plastic waste for road construction.
Sustainable landscape design firm TechniSoil has created a method of turning discarded plastic into road building material that lasts up to three times longer than asphalt, is five times stronger, and resists cracking. Compared to the construction of traditional roads, the costs run 50% lower, traffic can resume the same day, and greenhouse gas emissions involved are reduced by 90%. Approximately 150,000 plastic bottles are used per 1.6 kilometers on a single lane, but the existing asphalt is also utilized, which saves disposing of it. TechniSoil calculates that by implementing this innovative system, all the plastic waste in the world that was bound for landfills or the oceans, could be consumed within eight years. Way to go, TechniSoil, on your waste-reducing technology. Wishing you the best of success as ventures such as yours help clean up our planet, in Celestial upliftment.
Teacher from Georgia sells flowers to raise money for students’ e-learning.
Lado (Vladimer) Apkhazava, a civil education teacher from Chibati village, Georgia, grew and sold potted violets to enable internet access for 512 students in need during the COVID lockdown. Mobile phones were also given to those who did not own them so they could attend remote classes. When his kind act was published on social media, people from home and abroad made donations to further assist the youngsters. Mr. Apkhazava also encourages other teachers to find ways to help children attend online classes. The dedicated educator, who won the National Teacher Award of Georgia in 2017, uses innovative methods and begins each day with a fun activity. Bravo and thank you, Lado Apkhazava, for your love and devotion to your students. May the Divine bless all children with abundant learning opportunities and support.
Up next on Noteworthy News, popular Canadian plant-based food company launches vegan gyozas. We’ll just step outside in the warm sunshine while enjoying some of our favorite fruits. We’ll return with more worthwhile news on Supreme Master Television. Welcome back to Noteworthy News – Benefiting News for an Optimistic World.
Canada-based vegan business ramps up their production of gyozas.
Modern Meat has brought to market its plant-based Modern Gyoza, a Japanese-style dumpling which is filled with vegan protein and has authentic Asian flavors. As the company has experienced a great demand for their other products, they decided to team up with an industry specialist to make as many as 100,000 vegan gyozas in seven hours. Modern Meat’s other offerings include such delectable items as vegan burgers, vegan meatballs, eggplant crumble, vegan crab cakes, and sauces, and it is planning to expand its business to the United States’ West Coast this year. Congratulations, Modern Meat, on the launch of your exciting new product and expansion. May the enjoyment of nutritious and delicious plant-based foods soon become the new normal worldwide, in Heaven’s loving blessings.
Possible new whale species encountered.
A team of researchers working with the international nonprofit Sea Shepherd Conservation Society may have discovered a previously unknown species of beaked whales. The scientists noticed a trio of distinctly unique whales surfacing and swimming around the Sea Shepherd’s boat near the Pacific coast of Mexico. While it is rare to see beaked whales in general, to meet a friendly group of this elusive species was even more unusual. By utilizing photographs, video and acoustical recordings of the aquatic mammals, as well as a genetic sampling taken from the environment, the team is set to verify the possible discovery of a new species. We are impressed and excited too by your remarkable encounter, researchers and Sea Shepherd Conservation Society! In God’s comforting gaze, may all our special animal co-inhabitants be forever cherished.
Laughter is good for our health, so we chose a joke of the day for you called, “Twenty Years of Marriage.”
After 20 years of marriage, a wife started complaining to her husband that he did not love her anymore. She begged him to seek advice from the local parish priest, and he complied. Afterwards, when he arrived home, he lifted her off her feet and carried her from one room to the other. Surprised, she exclaimed:
“Oh! So you really do love me? What did the priest tell you?”
“Well, he told me to carry my cross...”
And now we have a heartline from Emma in the United States:
Dear Master, I recently watched the video where You had lovingly shared COVID-19 tips about being serious in taking precautions and wearing a mask. Master also spoke of snake issues in this and a previous video. I have read that there are certain essential oils which will repel snakes because they are very sensitive to smells. For example, it is mentioned that cinnamon oil and clove oil are good repellents. If concentrated enough, the oils might help to keep them away from Master’s vicinity. In the house, I use a diffuser with 10-15 drops of essential oil (more than the recommended amount) to repel ants and insects, refilling maybe two times per day to keep the smell concentrated. It has been very effective for us as it keeps them away naturally. I think for snakes, the essential oils will work the same way. I pray Heaven will help Master through everything. Emma from the United States
Beloved Emma, We are very appreciative of the fact that you took the time to write to Master.
Here is Her response to you: “Caring Emma, I am deeply touched that you care so much to help and protect me. It is a very loyal quality to wish for the safety of your Master. I thank you for the tip on snake repellents, and it may help save people’s lives as well. May you and the enterprising United States forever be protected and sheltered by Divine Grace.”
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We sure have enjoyed spending time with you on Noteworthy News. May Divine love and wisdom be your inner treasures.