Category Archives: farming

Only The Bible Is Allowed To Be Sacred

Not even with a thirty meter telescope will we be able to see all the damage done to the ‘āina already we won’t see polluted aquifers and an ailing reef we won’t see the monk seals and turtles laying on … Continue reading

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In The Sky

I. Helicopters buzz alongside lush-green sea cliffs through sacred valleys and over farmland, cutting through peace and quiet, cutting   through silence like knives chop, chop, chop, a reminder of missionaries sharpening their blades, chopping the islands like venison   … Continue reading

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Sheep

It’s terribly insulting to refer to the American people as sheep. We had to catch our sheep today because it was hoof-trimming day and parasiticide day and the sheep knew what was up they always know if we’re trying to … Continue reading

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We Can’t Eat Money

What if today’s youth were taught to become farmers rather than bankers?

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Choose

The gardens will grow whether we sow seeds of love or seeds of hate. Choose.

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A Decent Family Man And Citizen: A Requiem For Vietnamese Peasants

There are certain things that can’t be taken away from the late John McCain: He was a Navy pilot he was shot down over Vietnam and captured he was held as a prisoner of war for five and a half … Continue reading

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Hawaiian Hurricane Haiku: Tropical Storm Postscript

1.) And then came the rain following the hurricane Tropical Storm Lane   2.) Everything is wet and the rain is still falling. Gardens are grateful.   3.) We’re all still alive us and all the animals horse and ducks … Continue reading

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