A collection of words of encouragement, reflections and life lessons to learn from.
Written for my ʻohana (family) and hoaloha (friends).
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This all started when a friend was going through a difficult time. What began as a daily encouraging word to a friend grew to a list of almost 100 family and friends that received a daily text from me - each text included a message Iʻve gotten through prayer for each person on my list.
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