A Reflection for the last day of ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Month Hānau ʻia ka pua o ke kai, ʻo Kanaloa Ke keiki iʻa a Papa, a Haumea, a Hina Born is the flower of the ocean – Kanaloa The fish child of [the female deities] Papa, Haumea, and Hina From Pualani Kanakaʻole Kanaheleʻs oli “He Mele… Continue reading Kahoʻolawe:

Makuahine (Mother)

In memory of my mother, Kanoelani Abbiegail McMillen OʻConnor There is an ʻOlelo Noʻeau that describes how one learns best: Nana ka maka, ho’olohe ka pepeiao, pa’a ka waha. Observe with the eyes, listen with the ears, don’t talk. When I was in elementary school, in Maryland, maybe 3rd grade, the teacher assigned a social… Continue reading Makuahine (Mother)

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