Moloka’i is said to be the most Hawaiian of all the islands and is a place where the true spirit of aloha flourishes; where aloha is not just a word but a way of life. On Moloka’i (often called The Friendly Island) there is an abundance of unspoiled and deeply spiritual places of breathtaking natural beauty. Life is relaxed and slow, rural and peaceful. Moloka’i is told in Hawaiian culture to have been born of Wakea, god of the sky, and Hina, goddess of the moon and weaver of the clouds. Standing in a field of Cook pines late at night I was blessed with a vision of the soul of Moloka’i’s origin; an example of why Moloka’i is a place like no other.
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