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The importance of things past, 1864.

Ancient matters of Hawaii nei.

Those who have knowledge of what the people of Hawaii were like in the old days are disappearing, and if these things are not written down and saved, the knowledge will be gone for good. 396 more words



The Albatross is an Hawaiian aumakua, a guardian spirit for  Hawaiian families which have the tradition from their ancestors to belong to nā ʻaumākua, … 117 more words


Same Suit, Different Energy

Many of us are convinced that whatever it is that we have trained for in terms of our work in the world is static and cannot be melded to also include Spirit…wow…really? 2,223 more words

A Honu World

There are moments that define entire chapters of our lives, instantly.

I woke up early on a Sunday morning and decided that this was going to be the weekend I pulled out the snorkel gear and went for a swim before Beach Dance. 734 more words

Swimming with the Dolphins

“Even the most beautiful days must eventually have their sunsets.”

– Unknown Author

I celebrated my last day out here with a trip down to the marine sanctuary down at Kealakekua Bay.  79 more words

Talk Story

Talking story with Kumu

First things first!  Top priority on this very short trip way out west was a visit with Kumu Mahealani Kuamoʻo and alakai Laʻakea in East Hawaiʻi. 110 more words



I was waiting for the bus when my friend Jacki waved me over. We talked for a bit, me afraid I’d missed the bus; she sweeping the sidewalk, keeping busy on a slow day at work. 1,028 more words

Jeremy Vaeni