What does that word mean, exactly? Here’s an explanation copied from a worthwhile article written by Curby Rule ( http://www.huna.org/html/deeper.html )
alo, 1. sharing 2. in the present
oha, joyous affection, joy
ha, life energy, life, breath
Using Hawaiian language grammatical rules, we will translate this literally as “The joyful sharing of life energy in the present” or simply “Joyfully sharing life.”
So, Aloha, my friends… I recommend you follow the link I provided and read more about Aloha and the Huna Way.
We are packed, chilling and relaxing on our final day. It’s been a great vacation. I’ve gotten a good mental start on Book Two of the Entean Chronicles. (Lest you think I’ve been totally brainless these past three weeks.) When I get home, Book One will be with the editor and I’ll be scheduling with my proofreader, formatters and gently nagging Mr. Al for the cover art. Can one gently nag? Perhaps I’ll nudge instead.
Here are lots of pictures taken over the past two days. IT IS SO BEAUTIFUL HERE!!!!!! I can’t stop taking pictures.
Until I post again…Aloha Peeps!