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E ‘oni wale nō ‘oukou i ku‘u pono, ‘a‘ole e pau.

(Kamehameha’s last words)

Translation: Continue the good that I have done for it is not yet finished.

Today’s application: As Kanaka ‘Ōiwi (aboriginal peoples of Hawai‘i), we must press forward to protect, preserve, and perpetuate what Kamehameha accomplished (a united nation, law & order, peace, protection, and prosperity), and continue to act to enhance the rights and benefits of the People and Nation.

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