September 20, 2012

Canoe



 
'A'ohe wa'a ho'ohoa O ka la 'ino. Translated from Hawaiian, it means "No canoe is defiant on a stormy day." Learn to let things go. Take your medicine. Forgive the pebble you carry so it will not become a mountain. Battles that are not winnable should not be fought. No matter how hard you try, sometimes it is not possible to win. When the day is stormy, stay inside your hut and do not attempt to sail. It is dangerous and not worth the risk.

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