Hawaiian history is one of those subjects that can be daunting to know where to even start reading. There are so many choices, covering so many spans of time, as well as an enormity of well-written (and poorly-written) books out there.
After having been out of print for quite a number of years and always in high demand because of the quality of its content, “Olelo No‘eau: Hawaiian Proverbs and Poetical Sayings” by the renowned Mary Kawena Pukui has been reprinted once again!
Michael Pollan, author of the enormously popular “Omnivore’s Dilemma” and “In Defense of Food,” has taken a surprise turn from what we readers have known of his usual topics and ventured into a very controversial subject matter: psychedelics, and their use in modern medicine and psychotherapy.
Aloha readers! There are so many ways that people look for spiritual guidance. Some people get their guidance through meditation, some through listening quietly after praying, some look in their religion’s sacred text, and some find other means. Here’s another: ever heard of tarot cards?