NA WAI HO’I KA ‘OLE O KE AKAMAI,
HE ALANUI MA’A I KA HELE ‘IA E O’U MAU MĀKUA?
This is what King Liloliho said when someone applauded his wisdom.
It means roughly “Why shouldn’t I know, when it is a road often traveled by my parents?”
The US Postal Service has put out some terrific Hawaiian stamps in the past few years and none will bring a smile like this new strip of thirty two cent stamps for postcards.
In this age of emails and texting take a moment to send a sunny postcard to a friend and adorn it with one of these so called Aloha shirts. You will be sending love and aloha to someone’s mailbox where a hand written message is now as rare as a four-leaf clover.