'A 'OHE LOKOMAIKA'I I NELE I KE PĀNA'I
- No kind deed has ever lacked its reward.
"An opportunity to help another is a gift. To live with Aloha is to have a giving nature. Give for the pleasure of giving; do not expect something in return."
Hawaiians are known for their generosity, hospitality, and sharing nature. When Westerners first arrived in the Island by ship, Hawaiians gave them food, drinks, and gifts to welcome the foreigners to their shores. It was a natural response. Today Hawaiians still believe that no matter who comes to your door, you should offer a smile, drinks, food, a seat, or even a place to sleep – there is nobody you do not help. In days gone by if children didn’t come home at night parents did not worry, as they knew they would be sleeping at a friend or family member’s home. A Hawaiian woman once told me her grandmother (tutu) would think nothing of having fourteen children sleep over at a time!
- A Little Book of Aloha, Hawaiian Proverbs & Inspirational Wisom by Renata Provenzano
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