He Punawai Kahe Wale Ke Aloha
Love is really a mysterious concept. We may think we know what we mean when we speak the words "I love you". Often time these words are overused and misused, and people think they are feeling love when they are actually feeling something else.
Standing in the presence of Kaʻapuni and Jeremiah, you can feel the true meaning of love. The patience and kindness they show towards each other is nothing short of genuine. It reminded me of the ʻOlelo Noʻeau - "He punawai kahe wale ke aloha" (love is a spring that flows freely).
Love is boundless and best when given freely and abundantly to everyone.
October 9, 2016
LOCATION: Tradewinds Ranch, Punaluʻu; Koʻolau Ballrooms, Kaneʻohe
MUSIC: Rooftops (Instrumental) - Streetlight Cadence