Hawaiian Expressions by Auli’i

Kepakemapa (September) Word of the Month: “Ha’aha’a”

Be humble, be modest, and open to your thoughts. Ha’aha’a, meaning humble, is the value of humility. Humility teaches us to groom our own character in respect for others. Practicing ha’aha’a, we want to be open-minded; for that is how we will open up our own palena ‘ole, unsurpassed knowledge, for greater learning abundance. Happily embrace your blunders, mistakes, and missteps. Within our acceptance, we can’t worry about what distresses us. We hō’imi,  seek for better and for the best.

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