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What is This Thing Called Aloha? by Robert…

What is This Thing Called Aloha?

by Robert James

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0896104044, Hardcover)

"What does Aloha really mean?"

This book goes beyond the obvious answer, "It means, hello or goodbye." As you will read in this peaceful offering, it means far more than that.

In this work you'll find answers pertaining to the true, though often hidden, meaning of that spiritual force within yourself called Aloha and which can lift your spirit, strengthen your resolve and guide your life if you will only open your heart to Aloha's endless power and beauty.

The Hawaiian people have always acknowledged that Aloha resides as a guiding power at the center of their hearts. They take Aloha to be a Spirit, a positive and loving Spirit that gives endlessly of itself. Aloha is as ancient as Hawai'i itself and showers blessings upon blessings on those who seek her out and who humbly look to Aloha as their source of guidance and inspiration.

"What is this thing called Aloha," shines a revealing light on Aloha while inviting you to meet it, not as the abstraction it has been made to appear over the years, but rather as a benevolent and loving friend "living" at the core of your being. Aloha invites people to the world over into its astonishing world in the sincere desire that they might become one with her beauty, serenity and love.

If you read the passages of this book with an open heart, if you think deeply on their meanings with an curious and open mind, your soul, it is said, will blossom to the richness of Aloha like a flower drawn heavenward by the sun.

Read this wonderful and insightful book then pass it on to those you love so that they might know for themselves the peace and wonder of Aloha.

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