These trees carry on a decades-long conversation
" A sure cure for seasickness
is to sit under a tree. "
Wood is as fluid as a dancer,
and just as expressive
if you have eyes & heart to see
" A fool sees not the same tree
that a wise man sees. "
Ah, a message of well-being!
" A tree against the sky
possesses the same interest,
the same character,
the same expression
as the figure of a human. "
It's all going to be "OK"
All things share the same breath
- the beast, the tree, the man-
the air shares its spirit
with all the life it supports. "
The Hawaiians believed the same
so they shared their breath
in the ALOHA
and in the HONI greeting;
"The honi is a Polynesian greeting
in which two people greet each other
by pressing noses and inhaling at the same time.
This is a very honorific as this represents the exchange of ha
--the breath of life--
spiritual power between two people. "
Source: Renee Bishaw,
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