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The Wailana and Roses!

On our October 2010 trip we ate almost every morning at our favorite Waikīkī restaurant, the Wailana, which is pretty much equi-distant between the… 369 more words

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What REALLY matters most!

Being Spiritual vs Being Human

I read recently, “To be Pono is to be balanced” (Dean Callaway).  This struck a chord within me because for a long time now I have believed that… 303 more words

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With every breath you take...

Wants, Needs and Swap Meet!

On one of my trips to Oʻahu we went out to the Aloha Stadium for the weekly Swap Meet.  I walked past vendor after endless vendor looking at stuff.  280 more words

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Do you have more than enough?

Rush, No Rush

We humans are truly a strange species!  We have all sorts of ways of being our own heaviest burden.  There’s the woman who doesn’t like having to do what her neighborhood zoning requires of her so she hoards cats… 300 of them in her small house, … 406 more words

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Slowing Down IS a Good Thing!!

Caretaking and Passing On

I am currently watching a series on animal hoarding.  Each episode begins with the caution “Animal hoarding is normally not addressed until it becomes a crime”. 478 more words

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"At our own spiritual peril we ignore the reality of how we live and the results produced by that living!"

Little Things

Once while passing through Kapiʻolani Park I stopped to observe the ways in which the homeless were making the park their home.  Some were sleeping on tables, some against trees, some just stretched out in the open on the grass.  364 more words

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The "little" things in Life go unnoticed!

Tents Taking Lives

On all five of my trips to Hawaiʻi the homeless have been part of the “sights”.  Unlike up North on the Mainland, Hawaiʻi’s climate makes it feasible for people to live on beaches year-round.  499 more words

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Dispossessed by the community...