Thursday, November 10, 2022

New Moment

A L O H A From Honolulu!

Flowers have spoken to me
more than I can tell
in written words.
They are the
hieroglyphics of angels,
loved by all men for
the beauty of their character,
though few can decipher
even fragments of their
Lydia M. Child

New morning, new moment 
of miracles.
        Lailah Gifty Akita

Josh Green MD is our current Lieutenant Governor
and an Emergency Physician. He proved himself
as an effective leader being in charge of Hawaii's
#1 in USA covid response, He was on social
media explaining & sharing numbers and
news all day every day. He found
hard-to-get supplies; He was
everywhere meeting people and 
making it happen for us in an
uncertain times. He reassured
and he led.

He and his family became the target of our
SMALL minority of anti-vax types who dogged
him with virulent antisemitic attacks
including bullhorns all night outside his home.

The islands have been largely free of
the oldest hate and our tiny Jewish
population of the islands has had
an out-sized positive influence
including one recent (R) Governor
and the massive Weinberg Charities.

After enduring all that, and working
hard all day, he walked his
neighborhood in the early morning
hours, tearing down
antisemitic flyers before his young 
teen children could see them.

THEN he campaigned for Governor!

He has obvious Aloha for people,
and a broad humane intellect.
I am beyond happy today!

State Representative, Dist 24

(D) TAM, Adrian - 4,239 / 64.8%

(R) ANDERSON, Jillian T.- 2,010/ 30.7%

In Hawaii, we hold signs with our
candidates and wave at the drivers
on their way to and from work.
I got a lot of exercise with my
State Representative Adrian this cycle!

Thrilled that my young neighbor
has been Re- Elected!

I'm not a political animal,
I'm a curious animal.
Morgan Fairchild

Love You,
Pixie & Cloudia





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There are as many worlds 
as there are kinds of days, 
and as an opal changes 
its colors and its fire to
match the nature of a day, 
so do I.
    John Steinbeck