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The ancient ways of living in balance with the land, are one of the keys to our future survival. Malama i ka honua, take care of it all. The ancient Hawaiians and the ahupua`a system of resource management, made these islands self sufficient. This model of Aloha (God, light and breath) and malama `aina (taking care of the land) are a beautiful reminder of what it means to live close to the land, to acknowledge spirit in every moment and to know that the presence of our departed ancestors (aumakua) continue to be with us in this life.

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Comment by Claudia van den Elsen-Westendorf Pieters on January 17, 2009 at 8:39am
I wish we all could live like the Hawaiians again.
Because I think we, the whole humanity, use to live like that. I believe it is our true nature ;-)

I'm an Ayurvedic therapist and within the Ayurveda, part of the ancient Veda's of India, you'll find similar wisdom.

We can learn so much from each other.
Thank you for sharing this.

Love and warm regards,


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