Ohana is lost 

Lisa Lee | Photos
30 May 2017

I am having to Trust that God will be my strength. With new challenges and many desires of my Heart. I can’t do it alone. I know not everyone believes there is a God. But do believe we all need each other. We need to team together to make everyday a little better for those around us.  
We all need to stop thinking of the bad in people. Look at what is good in them and love them for that. If we all took the time to use caution in our words and actions we can create a place Ohana. A place of true peace and love. We would start to care for the least of these. I don’t say this to say I am perfect at this. But to also remind myself that this is a daily process.  
What is a way others make life better for you? Is there a person you need to personally focus on their Good? 
Ohana my friends.  
Part of Hawaiian culture, ʻohana means family (in an extended sense of the term, including blood-related, adoptive or intentional). The concept emphasizes that families are bound together and members must cooperate and remember one another. The term is similar in meaning and usage to the New Zealand Māori term whānau, and its cognate in Māori is kōhanga, meaning “nest”.