‘A‘ole no i ‘ike ke kanaka i na nani o kona wahi i hānau ‘ia ai.
A person does not see all the beauties of his birthplace.
(One doesn’t see the beauty of his birthplace until he goes away from home.)
From Ōlelo No‘eau, Hawaiian Proverbs & Poetical Sayings by Mary Kawena Pukui
On this Thanksgiving may we pause to say mahalo Ke Akua for our beautiful Hawai‘i Nei,
and our health, ‘ohana, friends, wellbeing, peace, freedom and material wealth.
Happy Holidays to you and yours from the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce.
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