Sunday, September 10, 2023

Eloquence of Silence

A L O H A From Honolulu!

Not until just before dawn 
do people sleep best; 
not until people get old 
do they become wise.
             Chinese Wisdom

A good society is characterized
not just by liberty but by
mutual respect and responsibility.
When this breaks down
it takes a lot more than
police officers to put things right.
   David Lammy

Mimosa pudica, known as the sensitive plant
responds to touch by rapidly closing its leaves and drooping.
When you're sensitive,
you're alive in every
sense of this word in
this wildly beautiful world
 Sensitivity is your strength.
Keep soaking in the light
and spreading it to others.
   Victoria Erickson

“E lei no au i ko aloha”
I will wear your love as a wreath.

Continue to do good, and
heaven will come down to you.
Hawaiian Proverb

You become what you think about.
Napoleon Hill

Now let me sit here,
on the threshold
of two worlds.
Lost in the
eloquence of silence.


Love You,
Cloudia & Pixie

Linking To

Monday Murals 

Hawaiians Share a Honi
Honi is a traditional
Hawaiian greeting that involves two
people pressing their noses together
and inhaling at the same time.
The exchange of breath
the "HA"
is significant in 
Hawaiian Culture