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Hawai‘i Wisdom — November 2016

Kauluwai Yamashita, left, and brother Nohokai Yamashita, visiting from Molokai, get ready to dive into a couple of burgers at Kenji Burgers in Kapa‘a, Kauaʻi’s Eastside. Le‘a ke kau ‘ai. “The time for food is pleasing.” One can eat with pleasure — there are no wars, just peace. Source: ‘Ōlelo No‘eau, by Mary [...]

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Hawai‘i Wisdom

A giant anuenue, or rainbow, is seen here last fall enveloping the Sleeping Giant in Wailua, Kaua‘i’s Eastside. “Kau ka ‘ōnohi ali‘i i luna,” or the royal eyes rest above, is an ancient Hawaiian proverb which means the sight of a rainbow is a sign the gods are watching the chiefs. “Kulia i ka nu‘u” is [...]

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