Ating Kabuhayan

Ating Kabuhayan

An article in America: The Jesuit Review, by Theology Professor Jonathan Malesic, got me thinking about labor and a perspective on our daily work. In this day and age, it can be said that many are increasingly experiencing work as...

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If you’re like me, you have and cherish your health. Health is a gift; like all of life, it is a gift from Almighty God. We are stewards of all that God gives us, and our health is certainly something...

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Aunty Pilahi Paki, an acknowledged “keeper of the secrets of Hawai‘i” famously defined in 1970, a deeper understanding of the “Meaning of Aloha,” by ascribing a Hawaiian Value to each letter of the word ALOHA:A meaning Akahai, which is kindness; to be expressed...

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Just think how boring life would be without certain commemorations, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations. We are in the graduation season now. If your refrigerator door is like ours, where invitation and other cards are put to remind us, then you are...

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There are values that people of all ethnicities, living in Hawai‘i, can understand and practice. The first one is Aloha. This value is about love. How can we live without love? Closely aligned with love is compassion. There are many...

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Welcome to “Our Way of Life.” I’ve chosen this title for my column as I believe we share a quality of life, here on Maui that is so unique. We are fortunate and blessed! I was born and raised on...

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