Elaine Puanani Richards Arocha

Ho`okaāhi no laā o ka malihini.

in the spirit of cooperation and working together, this saying is to encourage a guest after a day to help out with the work with the rest.

ANg BeaMer
ANg BeaMer

KANAKA MAOLI.... IMUA.... HELP US TO REGAIN CONTROL OF OUR 'AINA...

Norma M Gresham Devereaux

Loved The Hawaiian Islands....The People were overflowing with Joy and Aloha! Never encountered such beautiful people anywhere on this Planet yet! Aloha my Hawaiian Family....<3.

HoneyGirl N Kepa
HoneyGirl N Kepa

IMUA

Marvin Simpkins
Marvin Simpkins

This is my home.

Princess Leanne Lukela
Princess Leanne Lukela

bottom line is the goverment are all CROOKS.

Bia Winter
Bia Winter

Yes, take it back from the Military and give it back to the People!

Manu Clark
Manu Clark

There are things that can be changed through this action.

Ku'ulei Perez
Ku'ulei Perez

We are in one mind and with the same purpose then and now Ku'e.

Donna Findlay
Donna Findlay

Working through God the Father and His son Jesus Christ LOVE for the people of Hawaii can make it happen for all of our hawaiian brothers and sisters. Keep the FAITH always.

Lillian Norton Harwood-Wakinekona
Lillian Norton Harwood-Wakinekona
  • Donna Findlay

Trusting in Akua (God) has nothing to do with the misinformation the missionaries believed in. Our people do not have a religion, they believe in God and all that God stands for and that is a way of life not a doctrine or man initiated system to control, our people believe that God provides all and we are grateful for all that is provided. Too many want to find someone to blame, but there is no blame for the love that only extended a means of sharing a culture, so please do not mistake the...

Trusting in Akua (God) has nothing to do with the misinformation the missionaries believed in. Our people do not have a religion, they believe in God and all that God stands for and that is a way of life not a doctrine or man initiated system to control, our people believe that God provides all and we are grateful for all that is provided. Too many want to find someone to blame, but there is no blame for the love that only extended a means of sharing a culture, so please do not mistake the aloha of the kanaka maoli for sign of weakness when the po'e haole greedily replaced our graciousness with their greed, iIt was not the missionaries total intent, but those who came to exploit for personal profit, used the tools of the teachings of Christ just as the adversary uses them even in today's world.

Rory Alcalá
Rory Alcalá
  • Donna Findlay

So true, you speak the truth!

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