Ho'oponopono is a simple but profound tool that will open your heart to positive feelings of love and gratitude, for goodness and light. Initially it will seem difficult; I've experienced this myself. Why would I want to go around forgiving anyone and everything? Because the practice does bring joy and love. To prove this, take a moment and look at this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac5SGwRPv0o. You’ll begin to experience the heartwarming feelings generated by this practice.
Pinned by driftersblog.com | Filipinos in Hawaii make up a large and growing part of the state's population. In 2000 they were the third largest ethnic group and represented 22.8% of the population, but more recent data indicates they have become the largest ethnicity in Hawaii. Filipinos and Native Hawaiians and their languages are distantly related to each other, being in the Malayo-Polynesian group of Austronesian languages and peoples.
Count to Ten in Hawaiian
We’re grateful for you. From our 'ohana to yours, have a wonderful holiday.
King and Queen of Hawaii | Queen Emma of Hawaii
Pinned by driftersblog.com | My great grandmother Kaleponi Kalalawai'a Hulu was known for her love of three traditional Hawaiian pastimes: One of them was horseback riding along the shores of eastern Molokai. Here is a shot of a Hawaiian Lady (Pa'u Rider.)
Keao NeSmith's Master's thesis "Tūtū’s Hawaiian and the Emergence of a Neo Hawaiian Language," describes two types of Hawaiian language in existence today: Traditional Hawaiian and Neo Hawaiian.
Aunty Edith Kanaka`ole (1913-1979) taught the Hawaiian language on Hawaii island for years, and was named “Hawaiian of the Year” in 1977 by the State Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs. Her other awards and recognition include the Governor’s Award of Distinction for Cultural Leadership, earned in 1979. In 1980 she was awarded the Na Hoku Hanohano Award for the Best Traditional Album Of the Year.