A group for people interested in achieving Hawaiian independence, demilitarization, economic sovereignty, and human rights. This group is moderated by MANA (Movement for Aloha No ka Aina), a new organization. New members are welcome!See More
Our young people are going to these countries to fight and die for lies spewed by a government that did the same to Hawaii nei. For the resources of that country - like they compromise and use the resources of our nation.See More
...because you can take the Hawaiian from the 'aina, but you can't take the 'aina from the Hawaiian.it can sometimes be difficult to find other Hawaiians near you if you're stuck on the mainland, so this is for all of us Hawaiians away from home.See More
This dicussion on spiritual world is just that and because of the sensitivity of this discussion we would like to say that everything will be filtered to protect the people, content and events for future generations. Aloha KeakuaSee More
Haupu Kele makes Sweet & Sassy, Original Kahili and Hot & Spicy. In addition, salad dressings for different restaurants too on Oa'hu and Moloka'i. We always look for best competitive prices for materials and put out quality products made with ALOHA! I'm very pleased with our products and was just asked to consider promotion with boxing and music. Nice ideas that I'm open to. If you have any ideas, let me know or need kokua.
I'll send you a set when labels are complete. I think the freight averages about $10.00. You won't know how it taste, until you have tasted this..REady to go, easy to use as a dipping sauce, marinade, glaze, etc. I'm ready to have a BBQ already...HMMM. There is a website under Haupukele.com.
A little more to complete doctorate in education and smiling for all that I accomplish. Like you and other po'e, we all strive to excel in all that we do.
'O au pa (me too). It takes much time to self reflect and humble thy self, sometimes just want to snatch up the world and wring out the water. I was out listening what other po'e had to say, very interesting when you know you will be on the front line...At any time, any place and any where, we see and hear actions in different forms. No laila, we must all strive and excel un that we do and say and keep connected to our culture no matter where you live. I'm happy to have na kumu to guide me. My mother was an activist and here I am. I do it for my children and the next generation to come! Have a nice weekend.
Ea is always present in our lives and yes we do share similar mana'o. I've been self-reflecting about my own life and choices I've made. I'm at a cross-point in my life to reenergize as well as connect stronger to the culture. This is the passage that I'm taking to stand firm in what we do and represent inclusive for all!
Aloha 'a'ole he pilikia kou makahiki aka maopopo 'oe i ka 'olelo Hawai'i? no ka mea hele au i kekahi kula kaiapuni a makemake au e ho'omau i keia wahi 'olelo o ka Hawai'i. Hello your age is no problem im okay do you no Hawaiian because I go to a Hawaiian school and I really want to keep the Hawaiian language strong...