Friday, August 21, 2009


He kehau ho`oma`ema`e ke aloha.---Love is like a cleansing dew.
The cleansing power of aloha can soothe and heal. Hurt, pain, and suffering yield to aloha's healing power.
Ike aku, `ike mai, kokua aku kôkua mai; pela iho la ka nohana `ohana
Recognize others, be recognized, help others, be helped; such is a family relationship.
Hawaiians share their lives with their ohana (extended family). Ohana is the most important part of life for them, encompassing those born with blood ties, those accepted by marriage or hanai (adopted, formally or informally), deceased and spiritual ancestors, as well as those tied to the same ‘âina. This saying teaches why you put `ohana first. In the `ohana, you know others and they know you, you help others and know you will be helped if there is anything you need.

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