Spirituality | On Respect

Spirituality is unique and varies, to the individual Spirit on their own personal journey! This is why spirituality is NOT the same as religion. It has no set of rules; it has no set-in-stone beliefs to follow; and it gives you the freedom to explore yourself, as a person, as an individual soul!

The one thing it will, however, have in common with all of us – is that it wakes us up to all the ways we are connected to each other & all that surrounds us! Interconnection and oneness! And while is can take us down phases of depression & darkness; it is only so we may face our shadow selves & emerge stronger in the light of understanding, love, & inner peace! A lot of times spirituality does give us a sense of faith & beliefs – but those beliefs & personal journeys can be very personal & different!

So, letʻs always remember to embrace how beautiful it is for us to be different & unique! Being respectful, and knowing we can all accept one another & learn from each other – furthering our growth in the process! 💗💫💗

DISCUSSION | Was The Hawaiian Kingdom Race-Based? – A Visit With Willy Kauai

Were only Hawaiians part of the Hawaiian Kingdom or were non-Hawaiians also citizens? Was it just Hawaiians who tried to prevent the overthrow and illegal US occupation? Why were non-Hawaiians living there and what did they do when the Kingdom government came under attack? Join us in our fascinating interview with Dr. Willy Kauai as he shares with us his amazing discoveries in researching who the real citizens were and why they fought so hard for their beloved Kingdom.

Hauʻōli aloha Pōʻakōlu

Aloha a me kā maikāʻi ʻo kā kākahiāka, ī nā mea a pau ʻīa ōukōu kānaka a maikāʻi. Kākōu nō ma kā hānā hebedoma hapalua ʻāla. Mālāma nēʻe ʻīmua, hula manāwa ʻūa ʻāneane ʻanēʻi. Ī kā maikāʻi ʻo kā lā. Nūi ke aloha.

Hello and good morning to all you good people.  We are half way through the work week.  Keep moving forward, play time is almost here.  Have a beautiful day.

Aloha Spirit | Lāʻieikawai, by the UH/Manoa Theater & Dance Department

Lāʻieikawai, the Beauty of Paliuli, was born into a family of aliʻi (chiefs) and taken by her grandmother Waka to be raised safely in the forest of Paliuli. She is the most beautiful woman in all of Hawaiʻi, and is pursued by a lengthy line of suitors. Enjoy this reenactment of a traditional epic Hawaiian tradition about family love and duty, a bit of adventure, and friendship.

Read article here: https://oiwi.tv/laieikawai/