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Kekuhoumana K.

"Nurture Dormant Forces, Faculties and Talents of Mine For The Grace of Good"

San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
female, age 62
single
Speaks: Music, Love, Kindness, Peace, American English
Joined Dec 21, 2008
What I Want to Do: To Reach My Divine Potential


 
Tantalizing Morsels of Thoughtful Revelations
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                             Anode of the Divine    
                                              
Fertile soil is an intuitive nature of knowledge imparting billions of living organisms preserving the integrity of the great ecological cycles. It is a complex of experimental living communities in which the substances essential to life move in these ecological cycles from vegetarian diet to cold morning baths, and back again to a previous state of existence; always murmuring Vedic sunrise meditative thoughts in silent prayer again and again. We adopt intuitive knowledge, to nurture profound peace and tranquility echoing our relation to the cosmos as a whole; not a machine to analyze its discrete parts.

Immersion of symbols and myth, hardens the soil, and aggregates the fear of isolation, often causing a wave of existential panic, making the soil unfertile. Sense of identity, image, recognition of time and space, perception and views according to the Cartesian Dualism harbors a dreadfully hostile environment to the great ecological cycles’ problem of interactionism? Thus, as earthworms do, we break up the soil and loosen its texture, and all these interactional activities combine harmoniously to endow us with nourishment to transcend this Manifest Wo
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An Ode Written By Kekuhoumana


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Aumakua 'Ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua to protect and conserve your energy

 
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Reflecting later on his formative years in Honolulu, Obama wrote: "The opportunity that Hawaii offered —to experience a variety of cultures in a climate of mutual respect — became an integral part of my world view, and a basis for the values that I hold most dear."                                                         


What Else Do You Wear When You Go Bodysurfing at Your Home State: Hawai'i?  

In the medieval Islamic world, Arabic physicians made use of the diuretic, antiemetic, antiepileptic, anti-inflammatory, pain killing and antipyretic properties of Cannabis sativa. Lighing up assisted Obama in his rigorous academic studies-your brain becomes inflammed.





    



 




           
        
                


























                                                                        
                                                                                         
       

This Beautiful Tag Was Created By My Dearest Friend Birdie B.                                             

       














                                                                                                







Where I Want To Be

Some want to be in Paris.
When Springtime fills the air.
Top walk along the Seine
with nary a Springtime care


Others say,
"London. Thats where I want to be!"
Still others climb on broad,
sail off on the deep blue sea.
Not Me. No, none of those.
Not one of those I'd propose.


I want to be in Hawai'i
Where the fragrant flowers grow.

Where the palm trees dust the sky. 

Where the soft rade winds blow.

I want to burrow in  the sand.
Let the waves grab at my feet.
Feel the warm and then the cool.
Hear the surf's pulsating beat.


I want to stand on the Pali
and look out across the Plain.
To see Kamehameha and his men again. 

To be in Hale'iewa
when the lanterns  float to sea.
To visit the Urasenke
for a ceremony of tea.


And on May Day, "Don's" Lei Day,
off to the Shell I'll go,
to see The Caz and all their troupe
put on their famous show
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I know someday I'll travel far
off to those other places.

I'll see new sights and hear new sounds.
Take note of strange new faces.

But in all the world, I must go
to my personal Shangra-La.
To my islands of sun
and flowers and trees.
Where the password is Aloha


This is for you my friend with much gratitude, Birdie
A Beautiful 57th Birthday Poem Written By My Sweetest
Friend Birdie on 23 February 2009
       
I've Surfed Hawai'ian Waves Like This-Read My Story Below


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Hometown Honolulu, Hawai'i, USA 
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Birthday Feb 23, 1952  
Languages Music, Love, Kindness, Peace, American English  
About Me As a youngster I began my life as a natural scientist, closely examining all that were kinetic and vital. My backyard was the Pacific, Ko'olau Mountain Range and Forest. As a young professional I was a social scientist, working diligently to serve the economically and socially disenfranchised. Now I am a biologist using my talents to discover and implement sustainable methodologies. As a native Hawai'ian whose maternal family descended from Pi'ikoi Moi, the genetic memory of my warrior-god ancestors are intact. My paternal family descended from Kekela who were Kahuna Nui, readers of stars and advisors to Moi. You may call me a Natural Philosopher.
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  Lifestyle
Pets All Rescued Animals, 1 Dog, 2 Cats  
Activist Aspirations Casual
Political Leaning Liberal
Religions Spiritual but not religious  
Eating Habits Vegetarian, Trying To Go Without Sugar, Trying To Go All Raw, All Healthy Non-Flesh Foods, Raw Organic Foods  
Wild Fact About Me I swim au natural if given a chance, I surfed with Dolphins in my early years and swam with Manatees in my early twenties. I owned street sport bikes:a Kawasaki Ninja 750R, BMW R75/5 and Yamaha 250cc my first on-off road bike many Moons ago. I love the wind in my hair and power between my legs @ 100 mph. I can be as dynamic as the ocean and as fiery as a volcano.
My Philosophy Live in the present with compassion and grace.
What Gives Me Hope Good Prevails Over Evil.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by Implement waste management systems, which recycles all garbage and waste to process energy by-products sold at a reduced price to residents: Methane gas to be used by cars and turbines; Electricity from organic waste; Fertilizer for plant growth. Subsidize Farmers' Markets for local food production. Authorize clean energy bonds for renewable energy generating facilities that promote energy-efficiency improvements, and reduction in fossil-fuel dependence including but not limited to solar, wind, biofuel, biomass and wind.
What/who changed my life and why My Brother Kaleiwahea. I was fourteen, he was sixteen and we were both body surfing 6-8 foot waves at Makapu'u point. I caught a few huge waves and was floating between sets to rest up for the next. I was gazing and admiring the awesome Ko'olau mountain range when I felt an intense presence hanging over me. I turned around to several tons of water cascading forcibly toward me. I couldn't move, dive or take a breath of air. I was petrified! I knew I was about to drown. Kaleiwahea was over two football fields away, he couldn't possibly reach me within twenty seconds, the distance was to great. The impact of the wave sent me down 40ft into the reef. My face, head and long hair was stuck into the reef. Because I didn't take a breathe I drifted freely to conserve on my energy, resigning to the fact I was about to drown. I was at peace, peering upwards toward the glistening sun. But I couldn't drown, I descended from great surfers and swimmers. So I started to take in small sporadic mouthfuls of water, to somehow take out oxygen from the mix. My lungs began to hurt, until I was fading into the realm of unconsciousness. Than, I felt my Brother's powerful hands yank my tangled hair free from the reef and who propelled my entire body to the surface from the reef's bottom where he remained. As I surfaced another wave was descending, but this time I caught a breath and went deep to avoid its impact. My Brother grabbed me and held on to me tight as we surfaced together. He held me tight as though I was his surfboard, we were as one, and glided together through the tube of another less threatening wave to distance ourselves from the impact zone. It was a beautiful experience one of many I shared with my Brother Kaleiwahea. He saved my life many a times...he taught me to be calm in times of adversity and to rely on my inner strength and focus to overcome any physical barriers. I love him with all my heart and soul into and past eternity.
What Bugs Me Tricky Dick Cheney, Cigarette Smokers, People Who Won't Use Their Brains, Litter Bugs, LIARS, Indifference, Ignorance, Hypocrisy, Abusive People, Dirty Karl Rove, The George Bushes  
Passions Smiles and Laughter, The Pacific Ocean, Sailing In A Tropical Storm, Electrical Storms, Rainbows, The Sonoran Desert  
Inspirations Acts of compassion, generosity and good  
What Scares Me All multi-national corporations, like Monsanto but not Apple, Economic and Social Global Disparity  
  Favorites
Role Models Sophia Loren, Mommy and Daddy, Sigourney Weaver, Cleopatra VII Philopato, Abraham Lincoln, Edgar Alan Poe, Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simo, Kathy Bates, Buddha Maitreya, Susan Sarandon, Jules Verne, George Washington Carver  
Quotation A human being is a part of the whole, called by us the 'Universe', a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separate from the rest - a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but the striving for such achievement is in itself a part of the liberation and a foundation for inner security. -- Albert Einstein
Interests Humor, Rocks and Crystals, Eco-villages, Environmental issues, Alternative Medicine/Healing, Libraries, Computers / Internet, Renewable Energy and Sustainable Tech, National Parks, My Animal Companions, Aromatherapy Natural Healing, Art/Design, Body/Personal Care  
Books The Teachings of Don Juan, Autobiography of a Yogi, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, From the Earth to the Moon, Journey to the Center of the Earth, To Kill a Mockingbird- Harper Lee  
Music Almost All  
Movies Many Others To Numerous To Mention, Auntie Mame, Dr. Strangelove, My Cousin Vinny, Happy Feet, Eight Below, Sideways, Best In Show, Same Time, Next Year, To Kill A Mockingbird, Almost All Michael Moore's Films, Being There, Star Trek Classic Movies  
TV Shows National Geographic Channel, Rachel Maddow Show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Modern Marvels, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, History and Discovery channels, HGTV and FOOD NETWORK, AMC movie classics, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Amazing Race series  
Favorite Foods Hawai'ian/Local Dishes, Raw Food Dishes, All Vegetarian Ethnic Foods, Italian, Greek, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Practically All Organic/Natural Foods, MANGOES!!!!!  
Favorite Places Hawai'i, Pacific Ocean, Beautiful British Columbia, Next to a campfire under the Stars, Alaska, Arizona, California, New Orleans, New York City, San Francisco, beaches, rivers, parks, the mountains, walking in the woods, New Zealand, Las Vegas and Laughlin  
Can't Live Without Freedom, great company, family, wholesome food, making love, peace, water, sunshine, love, laughter, hope  
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    Feb 20, 2014 11:30 PM

    Pami W. (243)

    Thinking of you on your special day.

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    Mar 24, 2013 10:06 PM

    Pami W. (243)

    Kekuhoumana
    had a wonderful sense of humor
    and will be greatly missed by all your Care2 friends.
    I am so sorry you went through all that you did
    but your William was there for you and a blessing.
    In deepest sympathy
    for your loss William and family.
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    Mar 24, 2013 5:19 PM

    Angelika R. (143)

    I have not known this wonderful person but by the description of those who have and have loved her, I recognise she was unique and genuine.
    I am sending my sincere condolences and sympathy to her husband Bill and to all who have loved and lost her.



    Mar 24, 2013 1:46 PM

    William W. (2)

    Thank you all so much for your deeply moving expressions of sympathy. Kekuhoumana had a beautiful memorial service yesterday...although she will be missed here on Earth by all of us who loved her, her white light shines on to grace us all & to guide us in striving to improve this world...Aloha,  Bill


    Mar 24, 2013 7:25 AM

    Rosemary R. (633)
    I offer my sincere condolences William on the passing of your beloved wife Kekuhoumana. Though I did not know her, I have heard from Dandelion about her strength and beauty. After reading Kekuhoumana's profile page and seeing how much detail, heart and soul she placed into sharing her personal stories I feel she truly walked upon our Mother Earth, gently, with grace and compassion for all beings, family, animal, plant and honoring her ancestoral heritage. I wish I would have known her. All that I might have shared, my song and story would have been received with her love and wisdom as she received each one throughout her life. So in that sense I do know her spirit. May you be comforted in your lifetime of memories made together, in all that Kekuhoumana gave to you, heart and soul.
    She will be within your heart until you are reunited once again. Aloha Kekuhoumana.

    Mar 24, 2013 2:22 AM

    Pat B. (351)

    Kehuhoumana, may you Rest in Peace.! xox

    Deepest Sympathy


    Mar 24, 2013 12:37 AM

    FreeSpirit R. (321)

    Heaven has another angel ~ soar free dearest Kekuhoumana...

    You are loved my beautiful friend & sister & will never be forgotten ~ Aloha 

    Mar 24, 2013 12:14 AM

    Nancy B. (296)

    William, you have my complete sympathy. Kekuhoumana influenced a lot of people and made a huge difference in Care 2. Her life was a song and prayer for people, animals, wildlife, environment and Mother Earth. Please accept my condolences and know that you and she are in my thoughts and prayers. She will be sadly missed by many. RIP Dear Kekuhoumana. God bless you.


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    Mar 23, 2013 11:49 PM

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    Mar 13, 2013 2:45 PM

    Dandelion G. (403)
    I MISS YOU MY DEAR SWEET FRIEND THAT I SHARED SOME OF MY EARTH WALK WITH. I KNOW ONE DAY WE ALL JOIN IN THE SPIRIT WORLD. IT WAS AN HONOR TO HAVE KNOWN YOU ON OUR EARTH WALK MY LIFE WAS FULLER WITH YOU IN IT EVEN IF WE NEVER SAW EACH OTHER FACE TO FACE IT WAS OUR HEARTS THAT TOUCHED SO I FELT YOU MY FRIEND THE LOVE THAT WAS WHO MADE YOU WHO YOU WERE. I WILL ALWAYS LOOK BACK FONDLY UPON THE CONVERSATIONS WE SHARED IN OUR MARATHON PHONE CHATS....LOL GENTLE JOURNEY UPON THE WINDS AND WATER SWEET SPIRIT.
    Feb 28, 2013 12:15 AM

    William W. (2)

    Dear Care2 Community & dear friends of Kekuhoumana...my name is William Alfred Woods & Kekuhoumana & I met & fell in love over 20 years ago in Hilo, Hawai'i...we finally got married this past January 10th & we were both so very happy & proud to be husband & wife...it is now with a very sad heart that I must inform all of you that Kekuhoumana passed away on January 29th...many of you probably did not know, but over 6 years ago Mana was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer & given a prognosis at that time of less than 3 months to live...well, she beat the cancer & as of her last MRI several months ago she was completely free of any tumors---unfortunately, some of the medicines she was prescibed in a clinical drug trial during the first three years of her cancer diagnosis caused her to have hardening of the arteries, which we only just discovered at the beginning of this past January..she passed away of an heart attack on 01/29/13...aloha


    Feb 20, 2013 3:47 PM

    Pami W. (243)
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    Feb 18, 2013 6:01 PM

    Dandelion G. (403)

    As Yanni said appreciate life as it is very fragile and short. So enjoy your day, be it spent in a whilwind of family joys or quietly alone with a good book, a walk among nature, or with a special someone. Today Life is your Gift! I'm honored to spend this small part within it.
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    Dandelion G. (403)
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    DON'T KNOW IF YOU EVER COME ON HERE TO LOOK BUT IF
    YOU DO.....HELLO HAVE A GREAT DAY! I WILL GIVE YOU A
    CALL SEE IF I CAN PERSONALLY WISH YOU A GREAT DAY......
    Feb 19, 2012 7:16 AM

    Rhon A. (165)
    happy b day

    Have a wonderful Day Huni and Many more wonderful dreams to come
    Hugs Rhon xox

    Nov 6, 2011 2:15 PM

    Dandelion G. (403)
    I saw this man in person Nov. 2nd at a Coffee Shop just down the street from me. Talk about getting up close and personal. Excellent show, Stetson University paid for him to be there so all I had to do was enjoy. The words in the beginning of what he said, speaks great truth. A link if you want to learn more about him.....http://www.billmillerarts.com/his-story
    Oct 26, 2011 2:52 AM

    Dominique M. (241)
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