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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Pohaku...


We are people who love our land. It is our sacred connection to our ancestors and all creation. When you touch a rock, a pohaku, you may forget that it once was warm, fluid, and full of movement. Just like life. Now it is just heavy, cold, and lifeless. Much like the human body at the end of our journey. But with the human body, the deceased, we still offer respect, love, remembrances, and aloha for the beautiful life represented through the miracle of creation. So too with our pohaku...

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