Tuesday, July 25, 2017

For Your Skin

A  L  O  H  A !
 "We have to slow down 
and deal with what 
is troubling us, so that 
we can enjoy the 
simple joy of being
 happy and at peace 
with ourselves.” 
       Jess C. Scott

“There is a perfection 
in everything that 
cannot be owned.” 
    Anaïs Nin

"There are people who 
would love to have 
your bad days." 

Do you have dry skin, like me?
Eczema?  Itching?
You may get relief
from Kukui Nut Oil

Kukui nut oil is
pressed from the
 kukui nut(or candlenut)tree.
Full of essential fatty acids,
 vitamins and antioxidants,
 it has been used for centuries
by Hawaiians to protect
babies, improve dry skin, 
and to heal wounds.
[It is a miracle for 
hemorrhoid itching]

Accompanying Polynesian voyagers 
to the islands, the Kukui tree 
has always had spiritual 
significance to Hawaiians.

The Kukui nut was 
burned for light,
and so has qualities 
of light,
knowledge, wisdom.

Lei of Kukui Nut
like large black beads, 
are still seen in 
the islands.

"Ku'i 'ia ke kukui 
pili ke aloha
Pili ke aloha
 kau maila e
Kukui aloha o
 Kohala e.

Connect with light,
Connect with love,
The love and light
of Kohala."
Hawaiian Wisdom Saying

Thank YOU
          Warmly, cloudia


eileeninmd said...

Hello, Love the pretty House Finch! Great quotes. The kukui nut has some great benefits. Have a happy day!

Teresa said...

Great pictures. I love the first quote. I hope you are doing well today.

Cloudia said...

Thanks Sisters 🌈

Charles Gramlich said...

People that would love my bad days. Puts things in perspective

Karen S. said...

Aloha Cloudia, sweet bird too, thanks for the tip and such wise and worthy (for today) quotes!

Karen S. said...

Especially this one,
“There is a perfection
in everything that
cannot be owned.”
Anaïs Nin

So very true!

Adam said...

such a pretty bird

William Kendall said...

Wonderful colour on that first bird!

Mike said...

I have slowing down perfected.

RedPat said...

That House Finch pic is wonderful, C!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I really enjoyed reading about Hawaii and Hawaiian lore.

Martin Kloess said...

Especially delightful post. Thank you

Cloudia said...

Thanks Friends