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Iolani Diva
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  • Pahoa, HI
  • United States
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I am a dancer and a massage therapist here to serve humanity. I grow food , (some the Anastasia method.) I love life and do my best to maintain a positive and loving attitude. I bring light and love to this world and take good care of my body temple that I am living in. I am a Tantrika and lead Tantra Pujas here regularly. I live in a small Community on the Hilo side of the Big Island of Hawaii.

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At 3:42am on February 28, 2010, The Ancient One said…
The Love of the Game
by Edgar Guest

There is too much of sighing, and weaving
Of pitiful tales of despair.
There is too much of wailing and grieving,
And too much of railing at care.
There is far too much glorification
Of money and pleasure and fame;
But I sing the joy of my station,
And I sing the love of my game.

There is too much of tremble-lip telling
Of hurts that have come with the fight.
There is too much of pitiful dwelling
On plans that have failed to go right.
There is too much of envious pining
For luxuries others may claim.
Too much thought of wining and dining,
But I sing the love of my game.

There is too much of grim magnifying
The troubles that come with the day,
There is too much indifferent trying
To travel a care-beset way.
Too much do men think of gold-getting,
Too much have they underwrit shame,
Which accounts for the frowning and fretting,
But I sing the joy of my game.

Let's get back to the work we are doing;
Let us reckon its joys and its pain;
Let us pause while our tasks we're reviewing,
To sum up the cost of each gain.
Let us give up our whining and wailing
Because of the bruises that maim,
And battle the chances of failing
As being a part of the game.

Let us care more for serving than winning,
Let us look at our woes as they are;
It is time now that we were beginning
To be less afraid of a scar.
Let us cease in our glorification
Of money and pleasure and fame,
And find, whatsoe'er be our station,
Our joy in the love of the game.
At 1:04pm on November 6, 2009, Tomas and Joan Heartfield, Ph.D. said…
I love hearing that you are leading pujas--that is fantastic! We'll be at Kalani a shorter time this time--but would love to see you. Maybe you could pop in at a lunch or dinner and we can hug and connect!
Love, Joan
At 9:33pm on October 14, 2009, Justin Williams said…
Here I am w/ my girlfriend. She is a big Texass gurl. Half Cajun. She can just munch on them hot chili peppers... OOOeee! She's HOT!
At 1:16pm on October 14, 2009, Amanda Hayley said…
Yes thank you : )
At 2:04am on October 14, 2009, Ron Tocknell said…
Oh... if only! I live in England, which is very similar to Hawaii only without the sunshine... and exotic flowers... and lush forests... and surf... and sense of freedom... and Spirit of Giving... and beautiful houses... and Joy of Life...

But, on the UP side, we do have an extremely good bus service and amusing fridge magnets.
At 12:54am on October 14, 2009, Silja Saareoks-Kaldre said…
I like this photo with the yellow cat that you have too. We've got one quite alike, but younger. On the upper photo there are Kitty and Kurri and on another Kullakera, Ants & Kurri.
You've got nice photos, I'm looking forward to see more of them.
At 11:39am on October 12, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Iolani... welcome to the Architects site... glad to have you here... I like the comment on the photo... I'll feature it...

Best to you...





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