Monthly Archives: February 2012

In Solitude on the Shenandoah.

‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Imaikalani and I live a life that is at odds with the person that I am – and yet it is not.  This life addresses just one half of me – the half that communicates meaningfully with other … Continue reading

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Destiny Defined.

I have written about destiny.   ‘Iokepa has spoken of it.  He calls it the promise we made when we took on life.  Yet there is persistent bewilderment among moderns who have refused it. Echoing the Hawaiian grandmothers, I have written: … Continue reading

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