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Nana I Ke Kumu

Mary K. Pukui

Nana I Ke Kumu

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Published by Booklines Hawaii Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8516989M
    ISBN 10096167380X
    ISBN 109780961673802


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Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a Nana I Ke Kumu book book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable culture that met the needs of a thriving, industrious Author: Mary Kawena Pukui.

Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable.

Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable culture that met the needs of a/5.

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Nānā i ke kumu (Look to the source). Vol. I [ Original Images ] Book Covers [ Original Images ] [ Expand Contents ] Front Matter [ Original Images ] [ Expand Contents ] Nānā I Ke Kumu (Look to the source) (Pages ).

The saying "Nana I Ke Kumu" (Look to the Source), was used often by our ancestors as a means of educating the youth to seek answers from the elderly people around them that had the answers to Nana I Ke Kumu book of their questions.

Nānā i ke kumu: Look to your source. Find your truth. Nānā i ke kumu is a phrase of encouragement, telling us to look inward to this source of well-being as our constant and our truth.

Nānā i Nana I Ke Kumu book kumu. Look to the source you have revealed, and let it inspire you. Let it.

The words of Nana 1 Ke Kumu, Volume 2, are being released by their joint authors. The butterflies that stir are my Nana I Ke Kumu book. For the Hawaiian information and the Western psychiatric interpretations in the Nana I Ke Kumu book came from experts; the errors that may have occurred in.

About the Book; Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable culture that met the needs of a.

Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable culture that met the needs of a thriving, industrious /5(8).

Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii. It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian Hawaiian lived for many years isolated from the rest of the world, with a viable culture that met the needs of a thriving, industrious.

Nānā i Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) LSA publication, Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center Volume 2 of Nānā i Ke Kumu, Mary Kawena Pukui Publication, Queen Liliuokalani Children's Center Queen Liliʻuokalani Children's Center publication: Authors: Mary Kawena Pukui, E. Haertig, Catherine A.

Lee: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Hui Hanai. Nana I Ke Kumu "Look to the Source." a Hawaiian proverb and every newspaper or book we pick up is made from the hearts of trees that died for the sake of our imagined lives." - Barbara Kingsolver ''Find your place on the planet.

Dig in, and take responsibility from there.'' - Gary Snyder (Turtle Island) I especially loved this reminder!Author: Mokihana Calizar. Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) is dedicated to the families and children of Hawaii.

It is a source book of Hawaiian cultural practices, concepts and beliefs which illustrate the wisdom and dignity contained in the cultural roots of every Hawaiian child. Ho'olohe ke pepeiao nana I Kā maka hana kalima Listen carefully. Observe with eyes, work with the hands. Aloha Mai No Aloha Aku O Kaa Huhu Kaa Mea E Ola Ole Ai When Love Is Given, Love Naturally Flows Back In Return.

I Ka Nana No A 'Ike. By Observing, One Learns. Ike 'Ia No Kaa Loea I Ke Kuahu. An Expert Is Recognized By the Altar He Builds. Nana I Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) volume I by Pukui, Mary Kawena and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Nana i ke kumu (Look to the source).

Honolulu: Hui Hanai. MLA Citation. Pukui, Mary Kawena. and Haertig, E. and Lee, Catherine A. Nana i ke kumu (Look to the source) [by] Mary Kawena Pukui, E. Haertig [and] Catherine A. Lee Hui Hanai Honolulu. Kuuipo Kumukahi is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Kuuipo Kumukahi and others you may know.

Books. Nana I Ke Kumu. Television. Voices Of Truth - One-On-One With Hawai`i's Future. Athletes. Fred Hemmings. Other. Nana I Ke Kumu On Wed, 10/15/08, Renata González wrote: > Hi Rev: > Thanks for your information.

I really appreciate it. Please take a look at the > book: "A course in Miracles", you may be astounded by the similarity > to Hoponopono's teachings. Aloha Renata. Nana i ke Kumu (Look to the Source), volumes 1 and 2 by Pukui, Haertig and Lee is a very rich two volume book which is the combined work of a group of dedicated people over a number of years.

Volume 1 is organized like an encyclopedia making it easy to look up information on many various aspects of Hawaiian culture.

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NANA I KE KUMU Look to the Source THE KOHOLA IN HAWAI`I Humpback Whales and the Hawaiian I TOUCHED A GOD Meeting a Pigmy Whale PAPA'S OLD KOA GUITAR. Music from the Past UNCLE CHARLIE'S BEDTIME STORIES Bedtime Stories for Uluwehi MANA`O I`O Thoughts - Beliefs COOKING WITH UNCLE CHARLIE Ono local recipes shared on cooking shows NATIVE HAWAIIAN.

“Nana i ke Kumu” – Look to the Source Discover the Remarkable History of Hula Posted Ma by Dave Campbell The Hula – it reaches inside your heart, to a place you may have forgotten, and calls forth distant emotions and memories.

He worked on the Nana I ke Kumu (Look to the Source) Book Committee, –; and Queen's Songbook Committee, Living Treasure Award. The Living Treasures of Hawaiʻi program was created by the Buddhist temple Honpa Hongwanji.

E Nana I Ke Kumu. likes. Welcome MOMENTS TO REMEMBER TO KEEP IT SIMPLE We need to start putting in the truth of life, positive effort and love toward healing ers:   Nānā i ke kumu or look to the source is a very wise saying. This means to me that you can learn from different people things or even places.

When you need help you can go to various sources such as teachers, kupuna, books, the land or even some objects can help you accomplish something. E nana i ke kumu. A look at the teacher: A study of the essential competencies of a Punana Leo teacher.

Nana i ke kumu, Vol. 2 (Look to the Source): E. Haertig, Mary Kawena Pukui, Catherine A. Lee: Books - 5/5(3). Nana i ke kumu is not only the name of a book, it is a proverb - look to the source, the root, the Hawaiians. Permalink Reply by Steve Ibach on December 4, at am Aloha All - I am far from an expert but I wrote an article about the seven sacred Hawaiian principles and I used a book by Serge Kahili King as my source.

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Nana i Ke Kumu (Look to the Source) Volume 1. Mary Kawena Pukui. Out of Stock. Nånå i ke Kumu The haumåna of Papa ‘Elima had a wonderful day of learning doing just that looking to the source.

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