Text Print: Children Learn What They Live

I first saw this poem hanging in the waiting room of my local car mechanic shop.  I really liked it so I did some research and found out it was written by Dorothy Law Nolte.  “Children Learn What They Live,” originally written to fill Mrs. Nolte’s weekly family advice column in the now-defunct Torrance Herald  in 1954, has been reprinted in 30 languages and probably appeared more than a few times in “Dear Abby.”  “I simply wrote it and put it out there, where it has apparently moved through the world on its own momentum,” Mrs. Nolte told the Los Angeles Times earlier this year.

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Text Print: Hawaiian Marriage Blessing

I was inspired to write this Hawaiian Marriage Blessing when Duke and I first got engaged over 10 years ago.  FIrst, I wrote it in Hawaiian language, finding the kaona or hidden inner meanings in the thinking of Hawaiian language.  Then I did the English translation.  I have had many people and ministers contact me to read this at wedding ceremonies and I have no problem with that.  I am blessed to have the words here that others want to share at such special life moments.  I hope you like it and find someone who would love it too!

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Text Print: Wedding Anniversary

Many people have asked if I have a inspirational poem for their anniversary.  Well it took a long time, but with the fine tune editing of Duke and I, we finished it!  I hope you like it and find it perfect to give or share with your partner in life!

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Text Print: The Golden Rule Of Living

The Golden Rule is arguably the most essential basis for the modern concept of human rights in which each individual has a right to just treatment, and a reciprocal responsibility to ensure justice for others.  While there are many different versions, they all basically point to the same thing! This is the one I learned as a child so I translated it into Hawaiian language.

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