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  1. Mimi

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    Above all the land was regarded as the provider of everything: "food, shelter over your head, and a place to plant your feet and stand firm.” Land also meant work--hard work, because if you "turn your hands down to work you live; turn them up and you get nothing." For some land symbolized life, and in pre-Christian tradition mana (power).
  2. Akinojora

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    Today’s ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi word is ‘Āina, and it means “the land.” Aloha ‘Āina (love of the land) is a powerful core value for the people of Hawaiʻi. Here, there is a deep connection between the land and the people. In fact, the state motto is Ua Mau ke Ea o ka ʻ Āina i ka Pono. This motto is commonly translated as “The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.”.
  3. Brarn

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    Anona Napoleon - SURFING FOR LIFE. For Hawaiians, there is a primal connection to the universe, to nature, to the land and the sea, a connection that comes from a deep spiritual as well as genealogical belief system. Nature is where it all begins for the Hawaiians. In fact, they call themselves keiki o ka 'aina– “children of the land.”.
  4. Mauzshura

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    In the afternoon on December 12, , while the world patiently waited to take screenshots at twelve minutes past noon, an album quietly went up on Bandcamp with the mysterious.
  5. Vudorr

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    These immigrants - from the United States, Japan, China, Mexico, Samoa, the Philippines, and countless other places - have also had a profound effect on the culture of the islands, and together with the Kanaka Maoli, make up the people of Hawaii today.
  6. Arashigami

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Piece Of The 'Aina on Discogs.
  7. Zulukazahn

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    He set off a light in my creative spirit and inspired me to play Hawaiian music.“ Gabby, often referred to as “The Brown Album,“ signals the start of Pahinui's music-making with sons Martin.
  8. Gokora

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    Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono o Hawai'i Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono o Hawai'i [English translation: "The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness"] If just for a day our king and queen Would visit all these islands and saw everything How would they feel about the changes of our land Could you just imagine if they were around.

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