On This Christmas Eve …

xmas-tree1To family, friends, students, colleagues and enemies …

2016 has been a landmark year and this year is ending on energy high notes that have changed and are changing how we feel, how we think and how we communicate with an other. May each of us, with another year’s experience becoming smarter and wiser, strive to relate more to each other in quieter, less judgmental ways — regardless of chaos distractions swirling around us, others’ and your own perceived fears — in 2017. Together, in like resonance, we prosper.

Now is the time to malama your loved ones, malama your friends and in so doing, malama yourself. Be thankful for what you’ve got, what you’ve learned and from whom … And remember: Show Christmas Spirit not just for today, or tomorrow … because the lesson is to be peace and love always. Mele Kalikimka e Ha’oli Makahiki Hou Kakou … May you all enjoy a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

Peace and Aloha always!

Halau ‘Aha Hui Lanakila

2 thoughts on “On This Christmas Eve …

  1. Merry Christmas and a Happy 2017 to all! May your days be bright and full of hope and joy. Let no perceived fear or judgment of self, or others, stand in your path. Blessed be the light that shines upon your path and may the wind upon your back swift you along it!
    XO

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