Ohana

Ohana is a Hawaiian word that is part of its culture. The word means family in an extended sense; not limited to blood related but adoptive or intentional families as well. But even more so, for Hawaiians it means “nobody gets left behind or is forgotten”. We are born into…

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Emotional vs Physical Pain

I was talking to someone the other day and we both agreed, that as difficult as it is to walk through a challenge physically, i.e., physical discomfort, zip line, sky diving, running a marathon, etc.; it is even more difficult to walk through a challenging emotional situation, especially when it…

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Spring

Happy Easter and Happy Passover! Whether you celebrate one or the other, or maybe you celebrated the Spring Equinox, Spring is a time when new life is breathed into the plants, trees, flowers, and most people. Spring adds new life and new beauty to all that is. It’s a time…

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