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Shabbat Terumah: Making a Place for God

We have left Egypt, and at the foot of Mt. Sinai we have witnessed a great and ineffable moment of connection with That Which Cannot Be Named, and which nevertheless worked to link all of us together with certainty in that mystery. 513 more words

KUPU staff and volunteers malama Ulupo Heiau on Martin Luther King Day

A good time was had by all. Weeds pulled, trees cut, mud moved, Kalo planted. A big mahalo to KUPU! 17 more words

Conservation

Makapu'u Heiau // Lei Required

My cousin, Rachel, got me interested in heiau sites during her time here. She is very spiritual and curious, and feels a connection with Hawaii since she was born in here. 212 more words

Hawaii

Kona, Moves like Jaggar, and Presentation

To:  Readers

From: Me

Pardon my lack of posting on the blog for the past couple of days – the days just start and end so quickly and frankly, I really don’t feel like sitting down and typing (even now, I am typing and thinking that I could be doing something else aka texting or watching a program on Kindle — my reasoning is to decompress after exploratory driving all day ).  1,122 more words

Our first day in Keauhou on the Big Island

Our first day in Keauhou, on the Big Island of Hawaii. We started at Honokohau beach where we were hoping to see some green sea turtles but no luck. 350 more words

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