Hau’ōli aloha Pō’aōno

Aloha kākahiāka e Hau’ōli aloha Pō’aōno nā Kānaka. Aʻia i kā ʻōlelo nō keʻola, aʻia i kā ʻōlelo no ka make. Ō kā maluhia nō me ʻoe.

Good morning and Happy Saturday, People. In speech is life, in speech is death. In ancient Hawai’i, a kahuna ‘ana’ana could pray someone to death or counter another’s death prayer. The saying tells the Hawaiians that words can either be a source for healing or destroying and so we need to be careful with our words. Peace be with you.

Hau’ōli lā Pō’alua

Aloha kākahiāka kākou a me hau’ōli lā Pō’alua. Hoihoi keīa nāni lā.  ‘Ōla Aloha. Ē Aloha. Hānu Aloha e ‘Ōla Pōnō.  A hui hou a me mālāma pōnō kākou.

Good morning, everyone, and Happy Tuesday.  Enjoy this beautiful day.  Live aloha. Be Aloha. Breathe aloha and Live Righteously.  Take care of yourself until the next time we meet.