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We would like to congratulate this TV (channel). You are doing a great job in terms of showing the world what other people are doing and how the world can join other people. We would like to pledge our support to this TV (channel) and encourage you to do more in order to make the world a better place. I wish you nice celebrations as you celebrate your 5th Anniversary. Thank you.

Hallo, cheerful viewers, and welcome to Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. On today’s program, we’ll continue to celebrate Supreme Master Television’s 5th Anniversary by presenting the conclusion of our two-part series featuring highlights from the past year’s shows.

One entertaining animal we enjoyed meeting was the 28-year-old tortoise Florida, who can sit, roll over, “shake a paw” and heel. In fact, Florida would make a great fit in the canine family, wouldn’t you agree?

I’d say he’s quite gifted. You may not believe it, but Florida can do tricks. Let’s do sit. High fives. Give me a shake over here. That’s it. Up here. Good boy. Wave. That’s it. Around. And, stop.

In addition to Florida, we met many other highly intelligent animals, such as Jesse the fantastic Jack Russell Terrier who knows over 200 tricks, including how to skateboard!

When he was nine weeks old, he taught himself how to sit up. Like, he’d sit up like a little otter wanting food, so ever since then I’m like, “Oh, he’s really smart.” So, then we just started teaching him the basics and then when he was a year old, he really got into it and started learning more advanced tricks like walking on his front paws and weave walking and all that.

We also had the privilege of visiting telepathic animal communicators who shared their wisdom about the role of animals on Earth and what the animals would like to tell us.

Many of the dolphins tend to be scientists, and they’re scientists (of) Earth changes in some kind of way, where they often will go off and have meetings, and talk about how to bring more information through to humans. I think the whales also help to balance the energies that are coming through, and there are many, many energies coming onto the planet, raising the vibration.

In many natural religions and esoteric creeds the same statement can always be found: It is said that animals have been sent to us as teachers. And every human being will find the animal or will be found by the animal that is supposed to be his teacher. It is up to us humans to recognize this role of the animal in our lives.

They’ve been given to us to teach us something about us too. Because there are times when we’re very intolerant of our own species, and a dog isn’t. A dog never judges you. She’ll respond to what you do, but never see you as a bad person. Humans can’t always say sorry. You know, this is the most forgiving animal on the planet.

Animals are more than just beings with whom we share our world; they are ever concerned for our welfare and bless us.

We need to completely change our idea of animals, completely! And when you’re as sensitive as I am, you can sit there with a herd of horses and you feel the gift that they’re giving.

Do you remember Finn the dog, who is the canine companion of one of our New Zealand Association members? He had the following message for the world as interpreted by Faye Rogers, an internationally recognized New Zealand- based telepathic animal communicator.

We have evolved as great souls and we are still evolving, moving forward and are placed here on the great planet of Mother Earth – the lady who cares for us, tends to us and fosters us and this is the great Mother of this planet – the life force of living here. And it is so beautiful, so incredibly beautiful to be here to experience such greatness of how far the world has evolved, how the humans have evolved.

There is now an age where people are saying we must preserve what we have, we must treasure what we have. It is a time of changes, great changes and it is all good – life has to go forward, life will go forward, life will steadily improve and it is the time of great changes for many and for the great Mother Earth herself.

This past year was also filled with inspirational stories of courageous individual such as Captain Paul Watson, founder and president of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, who has devoted over 30 years to preserving the lives of marine animals.

Shining World Hero Award Laureate

I believe that whales actually have the ability to transmit visual images between each other. Their communication skills are vastly superior to ours. The number of actual components of humpback whale language about two million on that, putting it together.

Another Shining World Hero Award laureate is young Clayton Williams of Texas, USA, who risked his life to rescue a little kitten.

Shining World Hero Award Laureate

When I saw the cat, I climbed up a different tree to see if I could reach her from that tree. But I couldn’t. So I climbed back down and climbed up the tree she was in. I got to the limb, (but she) kept going to the back of the limb. I did not want to go anywhere else. I wanted to stay right there.

The world is truly filled with many people who wish to help our animal friends! Eddie and Leslie Grinnell, the delightful saints at Eddie’s Wheels in the United States, build custom- made carts to keep disabled animals rolling!

What we learn from animals is that they have no self-consciousness. They’re not proud. They’re not thinking about what people are going to think of them. And when we set a dog up in a cart, they turn around, they look at the wheels and they say, “Hmm, look at that, that's standing me up. Hmm, my back end is up where it belongs. Okay.” And sometimes I have to give them a cue, sometimes I have to pull them forward and then (they realize), “Oh, those wheels are following me.” And then they take off. We call it the “five-second learning curve.”

Secret World Wildlife Rescue in the UK is widely known for its steadfast dedication and devotion to saving the lives of wild animals and Supreme Master Ching Hai has honored the group with the Shining World Compassion Award.

Secret World Wildlife Rescue Shining World Compassion Awardee

We’re very lucky in Somerset. It’s actually got a huge variety of wildlife here and a very high concentration too. So we go right from the smallest pipistrelle bats, up to the Roe (deer) and the Red deer as well. And that really goes across the species of birds. We do hares. We do rabbits. Particularly (we care for) badgers and foxes. Stoats and weasels sometimes occasionally come in as well. (We get) lots of mice. And as far as we’re concerned it doesn’t matter how tiny things are. We believe that they have the right to help if they need our help and the aim is always to get them back to the wild.

Nguyễn Thị Bích Vân, a Shining World Compassion Award recipient from Âu Lạc (Vietnam) who devotes her life to caring for homeless dogs, shared a lesson she learned from them.

Shining World Compassion Award Laureate

We need to learn the lesson of love from our animal friends. The lesson is to love them when we need them and when we don’t need them, we also love them and not mistreat them. As long as we live, we must have love. The animals are the same. They also have love. I saw that animals have a lot of affection.

And our hearts were warmed by Wendy Huntbatch, who introduced us to some of the 800 rescued parrots under her care at the World Parrot Refuge in Canada.

World Parrot Refuge Shining World Compassion Awardee

At night you should see them. They sit together in two’s and they preen each other and you just know how close they are to each other. Nobody should ever be alone in this world and they never are when they come here.

So they’re just amazing.

In the great East African nation of Uganda, the Uganda Wildlife Education Center rescues all types of wildlife and then releases the animals back into their natural habitats after a period of veterinary care and rehabilitation.

The parrots usually like fruits, mangos, pawpaws, and avocado sometimes. They are vegetarian birds. Then they also eat seeds, fresh seeds like sorghum, rice, millet; all these grains, maize and corn. They like passion fruit, oh my God, they like passion fruit! They like pawpaws and then sugar cane. They enjoy sugar cane. That's their number one priority here. They like sugar cane.

And Supreme Master Ching Hai, who is a living example of pure love and compassion, always gives thoughtful, caring attention to even the smallest of animals.

Aren’t you beautiful! You are amazing. I'm glad you enjoy your food. I go away, I will leave you some food for winter. You try to find it, okay? I leave them in the same spot, come back every day. I’ll put some bags of food, and you eat them gradually. I’ll put them above the ground.

We are deeply grateful to the inspiring guests and noble animal heroes who have made the past year such an exciting one. They have brought inspiration and joy and lit the path for all to follow. May they all help quickly lead us into a bright, happy future in a peaceful, vegan world.

I’d like to congratulate Supreme Master Television with five years of broadcasting a vegan message of peace to the whole world. I hope as many people as possible will understand that vegan is a peace movement. It’s not just a diet. And I think that Supreme Master Ching Hai and Supreme Master Television are doing an exemplary job to communicate this vital message, urgent message to as many people as possible.

Gentle viewers, thank you for joining us today on this special Anniversary edition of Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants. May all be touched by Heaven’s everlasting grace.
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