In today’s news, United Arab Emirates sends urgent flood aid to Malaysia, Chad receives first exclusive-female education grant from African Development Bank, frozen ice age woolly rhino found in Russia, freshwater brain-eating amoeba spreads in United States due to climate change, United Kingdom dog sanctuary’s rescues run freely on farm, new line of vegan gummies launched in United States, and scientists track Australia’s green turtles by satellite for conservation purposes.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) provides vital assistance to flood-affected in Malaysia.
Through the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC), the UAE has given urgently needed food, health care and shelter materials to over 50,000 individuals in the state of Pahang. This is the aid initiative’s first stage to serve victims of the severe flooding in January 2021 resulting from torrential rains. Floods also occurred in two other east coast Malaysian states. ERC representatives came to the country’s capital of Kuala Lumpur to distribute the humanitarian relief’s delivery to the most impacted areas in partnership with Malaysian authorities and the Pahang government. United Arab Emirates is a recipient of the Shining World Leadership Award for Good Governance and a laureate of Shining World Leadership Awards for Peace, Environment Protection, Protection, and Compassion. Our heartfelt gratitude, the United Arab Emirates, Emirates Red Crescent and all involved, for your exemplary, compassionate help to Malaysia in a time of urgency. May all impacted by the floods soon recover and know comfort and stability, in Allah’s great love.
Female-focused education supported in Chad.
The African Development Bank has approved a first-ever grant dedicated to females, with over US$11 million provided to finance the Girls’ Education and Women’s Literacy Project. Led by the Chad government and multiple partners, this five-year program aims to reduce inequalities by providing 5,000 girls with access to quality education and more than 7,500 women with literacy programs. Additionally, 2,200 administrative staff and teachers will be given training. The funds will also be used to rebuild several schools and support girls to stay in school. Furthermore, schools will be supplied with safe drinking water, solar power, science and computer laboratories, clinics, and girl-friendly latrines. Thank you, African Development Bank, for your timely financing and the Chad government for your leadership. We pray that God will abundantly bless Chad as it builds a better and brighter future for tomorrow’s female leaders.
Up next, frozen ice age woolly rhino found in Russia. We will pause for a moment to thank the hand packers and packagers that manually package products and help with the order record keeping. We’ll be right back, with more sharing news on Supreme Master Television.
Good day, elated viewers, I’m Garrett the vegan Telescope Goldfish. Since going vegan, many have a newfound clarity of mind! Be vegan, and your brain may thank you. I have a safety tip for you today. Making a campfire during a camping or hiking outing can potentially be very hazardous. Although it is entertaining to roast vegan marshmallows over a fire, be sure to make it a small fire occupying little space. Fires can quickly escalate even with just a spark. Please remember never to start a fire over tree roots or peat deposits. This could lead to months of the area quietly burning underground without any signs and damage to the surrounding trees and plants. Be certain you check the areas’ fire regulations, so you are aware of any bans or restrictions. Love you so much for Being Veg and Going Green 2 Save the Planet for all humans and us all co-inhabitants. Thank you for tuning in, and now for the weather around the globe.
Well preserved body of extinct woolly rhino discovered in Russia.
The rhino, thought to have lived between 20,000 and 50,000 years ago, was recently found by scientists in Russia’s Far Eastern region of Yakutia. The discovery was made possible due to climate change-induced melting of the permafrost. The species was once common throughout Northern Asia and Europe and likely disappeared around 8,000 BC. Large portions of the body are intact due to having been frozen, including the horns, all limbs and some internal organs. Researchers in Russia and Sweden will now study the specimen to determine further information about the rhino’s life and the period of time in which he lived. Such fascinating news, Russian scientists, on finding one of our ancient animal friends. May your further investigation reveal insights into our planet’s past and how we can live in harmony with her development in the future.
Brain-eating amoeba spreading northwards in the United States.
United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers have discovered that the fatal brain-eating amoeba N. fowleri has been traveling north in the US through rivers, lakes and freshwater bodies, since 1978. Previously, it was only in the southern states, but due to global warming’s rising temperatures, it has been expanding northwards at a rate of about 13 kilometers annually. People typically become infected while engaging in freshwater recreational activities, and the amoeba enters the brain through the nose’s olfactory nerves. The United States is a Shining World Leadership Award for Compassion laureate. Our appreciation, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for studying this life-threatening health risk. In the kindness of the Providence, may we now halt climate change through cruelty-free lifestyles to end the spread of these and other lethal hazards caused by a warming planet.
Dogs roam freely at United Kingdom dog sanctuary.
Emma Billington and Louise Fields, both vegans, have saved more than 1,500 homeless dogs from all over the world. The lucky pooches stay at their pioneering kennel-free haven Dogs4Rescue, a farm located in Salford, near Manchester, UK. The charity has a unique “cage-free” approach that ensures the canines are socialized in a happy, healthy, stress-free environment, while they wait for their forever homes. The not-for-profit organization also offers animal-assisted therapy, visits to schools and workplaces, and a fostering service. “Enrichment angels,” the Dogs4Rescue’s name for older people experiencing loneliness, are also welcome to spend time with the dogs – a win-win for both canines and humans. We are overjoyed to hear about your wonderful work, Emma Billington and Louise Fields. May all the precious animals on our glorious planet lead lives in comfort, safety, and love, in Heaven’s all-encompassing care.
Coming up, new line of vegan gummies launched in the United States. We’ll close our eyes for a short while to remember that Heavens are always near and tell Them, “Thank You.” Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television for more refreshing news. Welcome back to Noteworthy News - Valuable News for a Better World.
New vegan gummies debut in the United States.
The Jelly Belly Candy Company, a United States-based manufacturer of sweets, has recently launched a range of vegan chewable treats called Gummies. Gummy candy is not traditionally vegan as it contains gelatin, a substance made of animal bones or skin. The new Jelly Belly Gummies, however, are 100% plant-based, having replaced the gelatin with tapioca and using ingredients from animal-free sources for flavoring and coloring. They are available in two versions: sour and a sweet and sour mix, with both varieties featuring five assorted flavors - Green Apple, Berry Blue, Lemon, Orange, and Very Cherry. Way to go, Jelly Belly Candy Company! May your candies open the hearts and minds of all sweet tooth customers to the animal-friendly diet, in Divine grace.
Australian researchers track endangered green turtles.
An Australian Institute of Marine Science-led study has compiled data on almost 100 green turtles tracked via satellite, so better maps can be developed of the Western Australia turtles’ foraging areas. The researchers discovered that a few turtles traveled to Indonesia and the Torres Strait, which is between Australia and New Guinea. Furthermore, 14% stayed within their nesting area, and the rest mostly followed customary migratory corridors. The new information will help environmental managers, industry and scientists to better safeguard the species, which has profound cultural and spiritual significance to the nation’s Aboriginal people. Hats off, Australian Institute of Marine Science researchers and others involved, for mapping the movements of the peaceful green turtles. We pray they will be well protected and healthy in the future as well as experience sustained increases in their population, in the love of the Providence.
Please take it easy and laugh with us at this joke of the day entitled “Marriage Advice.”
Bob was at a point in his life where he was about to make a commitment to get married. As he loved kids and their wisdom, one day he asked his young niece Ali a question:
“Tell me, Ali, what would you advise your children about marriage?”
“I’ll never marry and I’ll give the same advice to my kids also.”
And now we have a heartline from Tuấn Minh in Âu Lạc, also known as Vietnam:
Immensely Generous Master, I wish to send Master a million thanks. You gave me a second life so that I can find my True Self and live morally in this world. I was an engineer in animal livestock raising. At the end of 2017, I had a good affinity to receive a sample booklet from one of Your disciples. I finished the book at midnight and could not sleep and was waiting for the daybreak so that I could continue to learn about Your teachings. I was enthusiastically reading Your teachings and felt that I was bathed in a cool nectar. I was determined to be vegan and decided to quit all work related to raising animals for meat, and instead learned to grow mushrooms myself because I wanted to become Your disciple. And one day in 2018, You allowed me to be “born again” with all the heavenly qualities. I know that I am not good enough, but I’m determined to keep the Five Precepts and meditate every day so that I may soon go back to my real Home. Thank You for Your Love; thank You for all the great works that You are doing for the whole Universe, while not forgetting each and every “small” disciple. Because of that Love, my wife also quit all the jobs related to raising animals for meat. My mother is happier too, and she especially decided not to sell our dog to the butchers. My daughter, who is in grade four, also loves to eat vegan with her dad. I pray to Master for my whole family to become vegan. I sincerely wish You long life! Disciple Tuấn Minh from Âu Lạc (Vietnam)
Devoted Tuấn Minh, Our gratitude for your heartline. We are delighted to hear of the many wonderful happenings in your life.
Master has a message for you: “Well informed Tuấn Minh, I am very pleased to read the story of how you have decided to return to your true Home and are bravely continuing on this path of inner realization. Through your spiritual progress, you will witness more and more positive changes in life. Be vigilant and know that you are never alone as Master’s power is omnipresent. May you and endearing Âu Lạc (Vietnam) be forever prosperous, in Divine grace.”
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