Garry & Cyd Hoffeld
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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
Garry & Cyd Hoffeld
No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?
Garry is from the mainland, California, living in Hawaii since 1992. Cyd was born and raised in Hilo.
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
We live in Kaimu

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At 10:30am on October 16, 2012, MELVIN G. MASON JR. said…

Aloha Garry and Cyd,

It was great meeting you both in Hilo. Hope all is well and look forward to bringing the Just to a Full Righteous Life of a Great Honorable Kingdom.

At 5:20pm on June 15, 2011, Bronson Keali'i Kalipi said…

Hey Garry,  This is me Bronson just asking if you could call me or something.  I need to talk to you about the airplane guy that is willing to take the LHG officials from island to island.  Hit me in private messaging with your number so I can call you.  Thank you and have a blessed day.

 

Rep.  Bronson Keali'i Kalipi

District 1

Mokupuni O Molokai

At 8:24pm on September 4, 2009, KANANI KA WAI OLA MANA LOA said…
MAHALO FOR YOUR GRACIOUS HOSPITALITY ' , I SO ENJOYED VISITING THERE IN HILO. AND YOUR PLACE IS BEAUTIFUL ''..........E KALA MAI FOR TAKEING SO LONG TO RESPOND . I HAVE STILL BEEN ON TRAVEL AND IN THE MEANTIME I OPENED A NEW HAWAIIAN STORE IN AUSTIN TEXAS . IT IS CALLED ' HAWAIIAN TIKI AND IMPORTS . AND I TEACH HULA 3 TIMES EACH WEEK . .. PLEASE LETS STAY IN TOUCH....ME KE ALOHA PUMEHANA KANANI
At 3:44pm on February 20, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…
Mahalo for ur friendship ,please have an excellent weekend.









At 11:16am on February 14, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…
At 9:36am on February 11, 2009, Robert Ebanez said…
Garry & Cyd: In response to your email.

This is going to be an uphill battle in the mind-set of our people and the current political leaders. The problem is the current leaders who continue to move in the wrong direction since 1893 will do anything to stop us from uniting and becoming a voice of one with the body of millions of people both Kanaka Maoli and non-Kanaka Maoli. However, I feel it in my heart our nation will be returned for all the World to embrace. Maybe not in my life-time, but it will happen because of the seeds you and I and our past and present leaders have planted and now the roots are taking stock.

The society we live in today is based upon self achievement with everyone reaching for the top to receive the monetary benefits of today's worldly needs.
We tend to forget, that our Kanaka Maoli ancestors had a society that builds upon the people helping and working together in making life a better place for their elders, women, and children.

In life, we can never eliminate elements of human behavior due to hatred, jealousy, and thievery etc.. Wars are inevitable at times. However, there were periods of long lasting peace and harmony among our nation of Kanaka Maoli's due to justice and equal rights of all citizens in their government or ohana.

In Ka'u my ancestors had to be Pono to govern as a Ali'i class or the people of Ka'u will kill him or her and replace them with another chiefly line that follows the kanawai and the laws of the land and to serve the people fairly and with love.

My name has several meanings, you can borrow a book from the library called The Polynesian Family system in Ka'u hawaii by Dr Handy and Kawena Pukui, Keli'iKanaka'ole means The Chief without servants.

He was a Chief loved by his people because he served his people. He never liked being called Keli'iKanaka'ole just Kanaka'ole. He did not want to be known as a Chief so that when he traveled around all the Islands to visit family and friends only they knew he was Royal Blood. The common people had no clue that this man working the fields with them was of Chiefly stock. Some of the commoners and chiefs that were cruel to their people were easily discovered by him and they were dealt harshly by him and his army so that the people of that village can have a better way of life.

Anyways, thank you again for supporting our Freedom. It is not about race it is about unconditional love of mankind and all living creations on this earth.

This world can be a better place, it is up to us as a nation to unite and reap the benefits of our fore-fathers by being fair to all the people.


Aloha no
Bobby E

Have a great day and week!
At 11:39pm on February 10, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…





At 1:43pm on February 10, 2009, Gloria Keaka Kay-Gouveia said…
Hui, Aloha Garry ame Cyd,
Kaimu, beautiful place and name.
Welcome.
Keaka from Waimanalo
At 9:07am on February 10, 2009, Henry Aina said…
good to see you on this site. Kaimu, must awesome on a nice day. I remember my days growing up and frequenting the aina. Take care, love you.
H
 
 
 

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