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Nānā i ke kumu (Look to the source)

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Published by Hui Hanai in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii
    • Subjects:
    • Hawaii -- Social life and customs

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLook to the source.
      Statement[by] Mary Kawena Pukui, E. W. Haertig [and] Catherine A. Lee.
      SeriesA Queen Liliuokalani Children"s Center publication
      ContributionsHaertig, E. W., joint author., Lee, Catherine A., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDU624.5 .P85
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5309872M
      ISBN 100916630153, 0916630145, 0916630161
      LC Control Number72093779

      A lot of effort on the parents and grandparents has to be given in support of making a child totally bilingual for preparation in entering the English speaking society we live in. E malama oukou i na lula, e noho mahe, mai walaau iki. Hele na keiki iloko o ka wai. He mea e alakai i na mea moku e holo ana i ka po. E noho ana laua ma ka liale lio Heaha ka laua mea ai? Welcome to the renewed Ke Kumu website!

      The site is still in construction mode working on menus, button links, and additional pages with more information. Will our, "voices be heard no more? Heaha la? Within a century of that have dwindled from four hundred thousand healthy and happy children of nature, without care and without want, to the little more then a tenth of that number of landless, hopeless victims to the greed and vices of civilization. Today, we as Native people are faced with similar challenges as our ancestors, but instead of sailing thousands of miles over open ocean, we are fighting to keep our culture alive in what is unprecedented progress that everyone calls "paradise" and wants to make these islands their home.

      Aole hahau ia, aole hou ino me na kepa. She did express her concern that the concepts in this book not be misused or misunderstood to cause her people embarrassment. E nana oe i ka lio e ai ana. I am a mother to one son, now nearly forty. Hahai aku la na ilio i kamalii me ka leo hoehoe. Hai aku la no oia i ka inoa.


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Nānā i ke kumu book

The philosophy, healing techniques, and spiritual beliefs of the ancient Hawaiians address these life situations. Observe with eyes, work with the hands Nana ae la na keiki ia laua, maluna o ka pa.

We as a native people have prior rights to our ancestral lands and this we intend to keep. Mary Kawena Pukui, associate of the Bishop Museum, translator and author, agreed to be our kumu this also means teacher. This is complicated further by mergers or conflicts of Hawaiian convictions with other ethnic or religious precepts.

E nana i na kia. Pilikia ka moku i ka makani ino. If we plan to continuously bring visitors to these shores, then maybe it's time to reassess the quality of what we have to offer and concentrate on how we truly teach them what the "Aloha Spirit" is all about, by displaying it in our actions and deeds.

Jane Roberts did the same thing at around the same time The goodness of the taro is judged by the young plant it produces. A lot of effort on the parents and grandparents has to be given in support of making a child totally bilingual for preparation in entering the English speaking society we live in.

Even thought it was performed in the "Hollywood" style, none the less, it was hula using the basic step and motions from the ancient dance.

After a transaction, your private information credit cards, social security numbers, financials, etc. This committee was started when, in our work with children and families, many Hawaiian concepts, beliefs and practices emerged.

E inu kekahi i ka wai.

Books Nana I Ke Kumu

Your request for physical, emotional, spiritual, and energetic needs can be addressed. Then came the foreigner with his technology and Judeao-Christian culture.

Inu ka pipi i ka wai. Our website, products and services are all directed to people who are at least 13 years old or older. Our foundation and our ancestors shore us for the process and the progress.

The river of Life never stops flowing, it flows through me Ka walaau a me ka liaunaele! He mea paani no kamahi, he Hu ka inoa ma ka olelo Hawaii?

Due to their fascination for the dance, the tourist insisted to see and learn the "hula hula dance". He pakeke paha, i mea e waiho ai na ia. He mau keild kula lakou ; ua pau na Iiaawina i ka Iiuliia. All donations of money or property are tax deductible.

He lio nui. The Hawaiians call it Mana the purest light and power which comes from Po the great darkness from which creation came.Buy Nana I Ke Kumu Look to the Source: Volume I by Mary Kawena Pukui, E. W. Haertig, Catherine A.

Lee online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions -. Jun 01,  · Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii/5.

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Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and. Nana i ke kumu (Look to the source) by Mary Kawena Pukui, E.

W. Haertig, Catherine A. Lee starting at $ Nana i ke kumu (Look to the source) has 1 available editions to buy at Alibris.

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