Kamalani
  • 37, Male
  • Honolulu
  • Hawaiʻi
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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
‘O wau no o Adrian Kamalaniikekai Kamali‘i
No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?
No ka ‘āina o nā wai ‘ehā mai au, aia ma ka ‘āina uluwehiwehi, mai ka pali o Kapulehua a i ka pali o ‘A‘alaloa, ‘oia no o Waiehu ku‘u ‘āina hānau!
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
‘O Honolulu, ma ka ‘ili o Nu‘uanu

'O wau iho...

Ano‘ai me ka welina aloha,

He kama pulapula au o ka ‘āina o nā wai ‘ehā mai nā hono a Pi‘ilani. Lo‘a nā mo‘okū‘auhau, nā mo‘oali‘i like ‘ole. ‘Oiai nā pilikia i ke ola nei, e ahona mau wau i nā lā āpau. I ka mawa pilikia – nui ka ‘ike – maopopo kēlā mea a holomua.

Ua hānai nā mokupuni pālahalaha o te patitifa ia‘u. Ces îles ont ete tres bonnes a moi et ma famille. J'ai ete eleve par les gens que j'aime. J'ai appris beaucoup de leçons sur les sables de Fakarava. Le Tuamotus est ma maison!

I am eternally grateful for my life and the experiences that I have had. Life moves so quickly and sometimes things happen unexpectedly and when those moments arrive, it is great to know that there remains a close and constant group of individuals besides family, whose ears are open, whose hearts are giving and whose laughter heals. A mon mau palala, vous avez une source constante de rire et de. Merci. Je prie cette vie dans le palalahood sera continuelle.

Everything that has happened in my life has, without doubt, happened for a specific reason...it may not make sense at the moment, but there's a cumulative sense of understanding when in reflection.

Everything that I am, have accomplished and have created, I owe all to my Mother, who left this world so early in her life. I have a feeling that all the good that may come my way in the future, will be arranged in some way by her doing. She was my number one fan, but now she joins my protectorate of angels. Love you Ma!

My mom and Tutu were best buddies, some may argue that it's serendipitous for Mom and Tutu to begin their eternal dance within a year of eachother. Missing Mom is an everyday occaision, now that Tutu is no longer with us, it's surreal to imagine how life will continue and how our lives will change or evolve as other leaves decend to make room for new life. I live everyday, however, knowing that these individuals have left such an indelible impression that it creates the very person that I am. I am forever grateful for such a gift. I love and miss you Mom and Tutu!

Here's a picture of Tutu and I while she was teaching hula and another picture of Tutu on the Merrie Monarch stage. Kane’s dark billowy polohiwa cloud has hovered and taken twice in the matter of a year and a few days. Two powerful women that have been my idols since birth are no longer my physical advisors on this uneven and beaten path of life. I am, however, in constant awe of life and how its euphoric moments are crumbled through the realities of what is taken from you by time’s own passing. Yet I continue to find that even in what was perceived as my deepest fear, strength still thrived. From such great loss and pain, a renewed sense of strength was there for me to recognize and collect at my own pace. Life has its funny ways of reminding you that nothing is ever permanent, that life itself is never permanent. Nevertheless as the sun rises every morning, so rises our security and certainty that another day will go as planned per our palmOne Treo’s schedule…just a word of forethought perhaps, enjoy every moment of life…live, love, laugh, cry, accept…life is but a blink in eternity, make it worth something to this world. Aloha!

Kamalani's Blog

He kukui i aloha ‘ia

I ka makahiki 2004 i ka mahina o Nowemapa, ua lo'a ke kuhewa ia ko'u tutu wahine. Aale makou i ike no kona ola ana no ka manawa he nui...ua hai na kauka ia makou, "elua mau mahina i koe no kona ola ana". Hu a'e ka hali'a, ke kaumaha a pela aku...Ma ka hale o kuu tutu, aia na kumulaau kukui - he nui. oia ko'u halia ana mai kuu wa liilii. I ka halia ana o kela hale, 'oia ke kumu kukui ka halia mua loa. Ua haku ia keia mele no kuu tutu, ua haawi aku ia ia no ke kalikimaka o ka makahiki 2004. Ua… Continue

Posted on April 25, 2008 at 10:15am

E Honokahua, ‘Āina Nani Maoli

Hanging out with Papa and Halealoha tonight made me think of this piece I wrote...



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E Honokahua, ‘Āina Nani Maoli



Tell the refrain, give praise to

The Beautiful land of Honokahua

With its famous bays of Pi‘ilani

It shall not be disturbed, this place where our ancestors sleep…

- Honokahua Nani E, Na Charles Kauluwehi Maxwell, Sr.





Honokahua is the resting place of more than 2,000 kupuna dating from A.D. 850 to the early 1800’s.… Continue

Posted on April 5, 2008 at 1:00am

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At 10:02am on August 17, 2008, Hinano said…
Hui, I sure missed you guys this weekend. We had to call the ambulance for Papa last night. But he is okay. Whats going on at the Palace. I read the paper and, Papa and I were reading all the comments. He is waiting to hear from you and get your mana'o. I miss you, wish I could have seen you.I will call you on Monday. Papa and I will be at Kaiser Moanaloa for his pre-opt. Love you, Aloha No! Anake Hinano
At 8:03pm on June 3, 2008, Hi'ilei said…
actually no! haha lol
At 3:37pm on May 23, 2008, Kahipuan said…
All hail da Mo'i of RNGoJ! E kala mai i ka lohi o neia pane. This new mommy-ing action somewhat curtails my internet usage. Yes, my cel # is the same. Kelepona mai...
At 9:32am on May 15, 2008, Lauae said…
Aloha Palala...
Pehea oe?
Letting u no Telo, Pohai n Popoe date of grad June 4 @ 10:00 am by da kula... Hele mai ana oe? kahea iau. Iesu pu aloha Nt Wa'e
At 10:33am on May 12, 2008, Telo said…
pehea oe kou palala makou maikai wale no oi mau ka same pehea oe ame kumu kealii aole wau i lohe mai ia oe no ehia makahiki aole paani wale no.... ahui hou no kaua mamua aloha Iesu pu
At 10:02am on May 11, 2008, Luana Kawa'a said…
Aloha mai kaua e Kamalani -
Kulu wale ka waimaka i ka heluhelu 'ana i kau mau wahi 'olelo i waiho ai no kou 'ohana. Aloha pu wau i kou Mama me kou Tutu wahine. He mau wahine laua i lilo i la'ana maika'i ia'u. Ha'o au ia laua . . . aka no na'e, maopopo no ho'i au, aia laua ma ka lewa lani e maha ana i ka malu a me ke aloha pau 'ole o ke Akua hemolelo, ko kakou makua lani!

na'u,
Luana
At 9:10am on May 3, 2008, kahea G. said…
skools goin fine we have lyk 2 more weeks of skool days yay
At 11:14am on May 2, 2008, kahea G. said…
ok imgonna go soon ill talk to u later than bye
At 11:11am on May 2, 2008, kahea G. said…
hi kama it brit im @ skool
At 7:48pm on May 1, 2008, Lokahi said…
waz up bro im good and u yah i cant wait i no go halau ku mana i go roosevelt now brah we gotta cruz again
 
 
 

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