Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Hawaii's Creed

          A   L   O   H   A  !            
 Duke Kahanamoku, 
Prometheus of Modern Surfing

" In Hawaii, 

we greet friends, 

loved ones 

or strangers 

with Aloha, 

which means love.  






Aloha is the key word 

to the universal spirit 

of real hospitality, 

which makes Hawaii 

renowned 

as the world's center 

of understanding 

and fellowship. 







Try meeting 

or leaving people 

with Aloha. 

You'll be surprised 

by their reaction. 

 I believe it 

and it is my creed. 

Aloha to you."

Duke Paoa Kahanamoku




        Thank You!      cloudia

















23 comments:

kaykuala said...

Aloha Cloudia! A purple hibiscus! not seen one. Great pics.

Hank

Elephant's Child said...

Hawaii's creed could be, should be adopted more widely. World wide would be good.

Brian Miller said...

spreading love in word all day...i am all about it...smiles.

aloha from va

Betty Manousos said...

a bear hug and alohaaa!!!
love that purple hibiscus!


xoxoxo

the walking man said...

I will admit Aloha sounds much more mellifluous to the ear than the usual Detroit greeting or parting gesture.

Akelamalu said...

Aloha - such a lovely greeting. x

LOLfromPasa said...

The meaning is wonderful along with the sound of the word, Aloha. Lovely photos...and purple hibiscus...amazing!

Mama Zen said...

Aloha!

TexWisGirl said...

aloha, then!

Charles Gramlich said...

A very good word, Aloha.

Adam said...

cute bird

Hilary said...

Aloha! Lovely photos and sentiment. Of course they are.. they're from you. Aloha. ;)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I'm going to try this tomorrow Cloudia, everyone I meet will be greeted this way..Aloha! Will let you know how it goes :)

Myrna R. said...

So cute - the picture of the woman and the birds. Aloha to you.

DeniseinVA said...

It is a beautiful word! Aloha Cloudia :)

An English Girl Rambles

Daryl said...

catching up on blog visits ... ALOHA

Anonymous said...

"Birdie wants a blueberry! Birdie wants a blueberry!"
Love the purple curly hibiscus. The one I planted, shipped from Kauai, was called Cajun Blue, but I don't know if it's going to pop up in Kansas. Some other ones have, but yellow, whites, and bluesies aren't so common. Aloha, DrumMajor

Cloudia said...

F U N !


Thanks

Friko said...

Aloha to you. I like what it means.

LONDONLULU said...

Aloha nui loa, Cloudia!!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Thank you for sharing. How beautiful.

rupam sarma said...

Beautiful post, Thanks for your post.

Greetings from Assam, India

Krishna said...

Aloha to you

beautiful and interesting post...

thanks