~Margaret Lee Runbeck, Answer Without Ceasing
“This is how it works. I love the people in my life, and I do for my friends whatever they need me to do for them, again and again, as many times as is necessary. For example, in your case you always forgot who you are and how much you’re loved. So what I do for you as your friend is remind you who you are and tell you how much I love you. And this isn’t any kind of burden for me, because I love who you are very much. Every time I remind you, I get to remember with you, which is my pleasure.”
― James Lecesne
Love and coffee test best when hot.
― Ursula K. Le Guin, A Fisherman of the Inland Sea
The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore.
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890
― Virginia Woolf
“It is no longer good enough to cry peace, we must act peace, live peace, and live in peace.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
`Unu mai a ho`onu`anu`a ke kilu o Kalama`ula, ho`ole`ale`ale`a i ke kaha o Kaunalewa.
Bring all the kilu for amusement at Kalama`ula to make merry on the field of Kaunalewa.
To come together for a gay time and bring whatever you have to add to the fun. There is a play on lewa, which refers to the swinging of the hips in hula.
I le`a ka hula i ka ho`opa`a.
The lesser details that one pays little attention to are just as important as the major ones. Although the attention is given to the dancer, the drummer and chanter play an important role in the dance.
“Bright Idea #91: When the weather’s bad and your lights go out, have a pyjama party. Eat till you feel sick, hula-hoop, paint your faces. Catch fireflies, and dance naked in the rain. If you do, then your bare butt will light up like a firefly after it’s been let out of a jar.”
― Sandra Kring, The Book Of Bright Ideas
Evidently you think I’m a fool who will easily succumb to flattery, or else your standards are quite low.”
― Lisa Kleypas
Michelle Tea, “Paris: A Lie”
“Being powerful is like being a lady. If you have to tell people you are, you aren’t.” – Margaret Thatcher