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- it's a place full of powerful energy. Mana is a Hawaiian word for Life Force Energy, It exists in people, places, and objects. Waimea Bay, Pipeline and Sunset Beach are popular because of the legendary surfers and big waves in Hawai'i.


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Behind the apparel and products of Aloha Shop, are the beautiful photos of Hawai'i, it's a place full of powerful energy. Mana is a Hawaiian word for Life Force Energy, It exists in people, places, and objects. So that’s what the Aloha Bubble is all about, Good Mana!   In Hawaiian culture, Mana is a spiritual energy and healing power. It exists in objects, people and places. Waimea Bay and other North Shore places such as Waimea, Pipeline, and Sunset Beach are popular because of the legendary surfers and big waves in Hawai'i.  Our collections have this unique energy that we created just for you!

Photographers and artists:  Do you want to collaborate with ALOHA for the next Summer / Winter Collection?  Please, Submit a photo and we'll select a few lucky winners to collaborate with the Aloha Apparel and merchandize.  You get $5 dollars to donate to your local community, for every item sold in the Bubble, ALOHA. For more details, emails us at connect@alohabubble.com

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7 Mile Miracle, The North Shore of Oahu, Hawai'i

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Waimea Bay
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Three Tables
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ABOUT HAWAI'I 

In Hawaiian and Tahitian culture, mana is a spiritual energy and healing power which can exist in places, objects, and persons. Hawaiians believe that mana may be gained or lost by actions, and Hawaiians and Tahitians believe that mana is both external and internal. Sites on the Hawaiian Islands and in French Polynesia are believed to possess mana—for example, the top rim of the Haleakalā volcano on the island of Maui and the Taputapuatea marae on the island of Raiatea in the Society Islands. Ancient Hawaiian believed that the island of Molokaʻi possesses mana, compared with its neighboring islands. Before the unification of Hawai'i by King Kamehameha I, battles were fought for possession of the island and it's south-shore fish ponds which existed until the late 19th century. A person may gain mana by Pono (right actions). In ancient Hawai'i, there were two paths to mana: sexual means or violence. Nature is dualistic, and everything has a counterpart. A balance between the gods Kū and Lono formed, through whom are the two paths to mana (ʻimihaku, or the search for mana). Kū, the god of war and politics, offers mana through violence; this was how Kamehameha gained his mana. Lono, the god of peace and fertility, offers mana through sexuality.   @Wikipedia


Mana translates to mean power, but the native Hawaiian concept of power doesn’t equate to material possessions or what floor your office is on. Mana is a life energy that flows through all things and is highly individual: you have a chance to gain or lose mana in everything you do. In Fundamentals of Hawaiian Mysticism, Charlotte Berney explains that “Having meaningful work to do, enjoying harmonious relationships with those around you, and being of service in some way all help to gather mana.”
@Huffingtonpost


In Hawaiian culture, Mana is spiritual energy of power and strength, it exists in objects and persons. It is the Hawaiian belief that there is a chance to gain mana and lose mana in different hints that you do. It is also the Hawaiian belief that mana is an external as well as an internal thing.
Certain sites in the Hawaiian Islands are believed to possess strong mana. The top rim of the Haleakala volcano on the island of Maui is believed to be a location of strong mana. Another location of strong mana is Molokai. It was where the major battles of Kamehameha took place. In traditional Hawai'i, there were two paths to mana. A person could gain mana through sexual means or through violence. A delicate balance between the Gods Ku and Lono were formed, and through them are the two paths to mana. Ku represented war and violence while Lono is the god of fertility. Kamehameha the Great gained his mana though violence in battles.  @AncientHawaiiangods

What is Huna: In Hawai'i, the teaching of Huna was originally called Ho'omana (to make "Mana", or life force energy). The word H'oo means to make.
The word "Mana" means life force energy. Equivalent to Ki (as in Aikido), Chi (as in Tai Chi) or Shakti or Prana in the Sanskrit language. You may use another word that you prefer, meaning Life Force Energy. The Hawaiians call it Mana. Taken together, the word Ho'omana means to empower or empowerment. When you have Life Force Energy you are empowered, are you not?

The people, called Kahuna, who practiced these techniques and teachings knew that all power and all force emanated from the One, the source of All -- all life, all energy, which in Hawai'i was called I'o. In those times, the same knowledge was taught everywhere else on the planet, too. Around the world today, only remnants of this system survive.
There are only remnants of this system around the Earth, because starting in 325 A.D, (it may have started as early as several thousands years B.C.) a wave began to sweep around the planet in an attempt to destroy the balanced systems -- the original teachings of the peoples of the Earth. The wave hit Hawai'i sometime between 750 and 1250 A.D. At the same time, the Kahuna Pa'ao arrived in Hawai'i from Tahiti (which by the way the word Tahiti in Hawaiian language means somewhere other than here it doesn't necessarily means the physical place called Tahiti) and found a very peace-loving people living in a paradise.

Several years later Pa'ao returned with a number of warriors and priests who overturned the original teaching. The old order was overturned and the current order of Ku was installed.

The Huna we teach predates the teachings of Pa'ao. So, it is very ancient -- from before 750 A.D., We believe that before that time the existing order was a balanced system which could be called The Order of I'o. This is true all over the world. The balanced system was an equally Male / Female system, where men and women were honored equally, where there were both male and female Kahuna.

Before that time balanced systems prevailed around the world, Hawai'i was not the only place where the balanced system was attempted to be wiped out, in western Europe the system was called Wicca and, like Huna, there were attempts to wipe out this teaching. The Holy Inquisition conducted by "The Church", for example, killed hundreds of thousands of people and reduced the population of Spain by more than 50% in 200 years. In India, too a system called Tantra was challenged by the newer system called Vedanta. Although Tantra fared better than Wicca, both systems were subject to much persecution.

The situation was the same all over the world, from the Native Americans which were put in reservations but there the medicine woman tradition prevailed, to the Aboriginals in Australia, where a whole generation of children was kidnapped and "civilized" in white man schools. Each of these peoples bearing the original teachings experienced serious pressure to eradicate the culture and the teachings. We believe that around 325 A.D. definitely, but perhaps even before that, there swept around the planet a wave that began to increase the male dominant patriarchal systems in such a way that the old balanced order was overthrown somewhere around 2,000 years ago, and in Hawai'i the original order was overthrown between 750 and 1250 A.D.

However, Hawai'i was very lucky to be so isolated. In other areas of the world, the original teaching was wiped out earlier than that. There was a real concerted effort in western Europe to wipe out the original teachings which have persisted for thousands of years. These destructive pressures continue today in the world.

One purpose of the original teaching was the study of the ways of increasing life force energy, to give every single human the power in his own hands, ultimate means to create what they totally want in their life. The notion of Life Force is a very important notion. What's also important in the process is also to learn how to make connections with the sources of Mana both inside and outside yourself. The scope of Huna is quite broad -- if you think of it this way, there is one teaching and it has many different names.
@Ancienthuna.com

Hawai'i is also the only American state to have two official languages, Hawaiian and English. However, a 3rd unofficial language is also widely spoken, Pidgin which is a slang combining words from many aspects of island life and culture.

Hawai'i Time
Have you heard the saying Island time? Hawai'i is so far removed from the rest of the U.S. that it has its own time zone. Hawai'i-Aleutian standard time doesn't observe daylight savings, running two hours behind Pacific standard time and five hours behind eastern standard time.

Local Legends
President Barack Obama is Hawaiian, but he's not the island's only famous native. His home city of Honolulu was also the birthplace of actresses Nicole Kidman (who soon moved Down Under with her Australian parents) and Bette Midler — not to mention AOL co-founder Steve Case and golf phenom Michelle Wie. Singer-songwriter Jack Johnson grew up not far away, in the North Shore, Oahu.

Hawaiian Akua
There are man Hawaiian chants that speak of the thousands of Akua (gods) of Hawai'i. This may just be a mesh of cultures, or maybe ancient Hawaiian mythology is a full demigod system. There could be an Akua for every act, every being, for the animals, for speaking, for storytelling. Being that ancient Hawaiian mythology has little or no written records, history relies on the culture to share the stories of creation - life, sustainability, health, and well-being. Where you're a Hawai'i resident or just visiting for a short trip, it is important to have at least brief knowledge of these ancient lands. Please keep the Akua and the Aloha Spirit in mind with all that you do in Hawai'i. The following is a list of the main Hawaiian Akua:

Pele - The Volcano, Lighting, and Fire Goddess
Hina - Goddess of the Moon
Laka - The Goddess of Hula
Poliahu - A Goddess of Snow, and Pele's rival
Papa - The Earth Mother, Goddess of Fertility
Kane - Father of All
Kanaloa - God of Magic, The Underworld, and the Ocean
Lono - God of Agriculture, Music, Peace, and Rainfall
Ku - God of War
Kuula - God of Fishermen

For more information, please visit the following resource about Hawaiian Akua.

Tikis
Referenced through folklore and ancient traditions, the first Polynesians are said to have arrived in Hawai'i over 1,000 years ago. It is believed that the Souther Marquesans arrived (3rd Century), and were soon followed by the Tahitians in approximately 1300 AD. Since then, Hawai'i has remained a melting pot for many cultures. With culture came exposure to many indigenous customs, such as song, and dance, food, art, beliefs, and mythology. Specific aspects of Hawaiian cultural history can easily be connected to neighboring Polynesian cultures - Marquesan, Tahitian, Maori, Samoan, Tongan, and more.

Hawaiian Ali'i
The main role of ancient Ali'i (chiefs) was to be an example of unified responsibility. They mentored the Hawaiian people to live a life of Pono (righteousness and respect) for the Aina (land), makai (ocean), and their 'Ohana (community and family). The Ali'i were wise leaders, brave warriors, and truly embodied the Aloha (love) and mana (life force energy) that was passed down to them from previous ancestral lines Ali'i were the honored ruling Hawaiians, they maintain pure traceable bloodlines and were believed to be direct descendants of the Akua (gods), allowing them to be the messengers between the Hawaiian people and the Akua's wishes.
The ancient Hawaiians did not have a written language but instead communicated history through Kupuna (ancestors), art, folklore, traditional gathering, dance, music, and chanting. The two recorded historical Hawaiian dynasties were the Kamehameha Dynasty (late 1700's late 1800's), and the Kalakaua Dynasty (1874-1891). The last reigning royal Ali'i of ancient Hawaiian lineage was Queen Liliuokalani, sister of King Kalakaua, and the first and only female to rule over the Hawaiian Islands.
For more information, please visit the following resource for the Hawaiian Ali'i.

The Hawaiian Flag - Union Jack Flag
Hawai'i was once an independent kingdom. (1810 - 1893) The flag was designed at the request of King Kamehameha I. It has eight stripes of white, red and blue that represent the eight main islands. The flag of Great Britain is emblazoned in the upper left corner to honor Hawai'i's friendship with the British.

The Lei
In Hawai'i, a flower lei is a gift for newcomers and given in celebration for birthdays, graduations and weddings ceremonies. It is definitely one of the most unforgettable and cherished Hawaiian traditions.

THE SHAKA
The shaka is probably one of the most commonly know hand symbols seen through the Hawaiian Islands and modern surf culture. It means Howzit brat, eh cuzzin, what’s up bro, o the historically popular hang loose.
This familiar hand sign is also seen in Skydiving culture, international Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu communities, and is one of the two formal hand signals in American Sign Language that means surfing. Obviously, it is a popular greeting between surfer dudes, but also a common experience occurrence when driving in Hawai'i. If someones gives you the right - of - way on a road or at the 4-way stop in Hawai'i, go ahead and give them a shaka.

How do you Shaka?
Steps to making an appropriate shaka:
Hold your hand up in front of you and fold your pointer finger, middle finger and ring finger in towards your palm.
Then, rotate your hand so your palm is facing you (with your fingers still folded in), and make sure your thumb and pinky finger are sticking out.
If you’re feeling specially shake-like, rotate your wrist back and forth, left to right.
Shoots, cuzzin!

For more information, please with the following video about Shaka or go to prideofmaui.com to learn about the 10 best things to know about Hawai'i.

Where, Why and Who was the legendary that started the Shaka?
Who was the legendary that first introduced or did the shaka or why was it invented? Well, the legend is… some guy that worked on the plantation, had lost 3 fingers but would always wave to people on the road. From a distance, it looked like he was folding his pointer finger, middle finger and ring finger, but those 3 fingers were cut from the accident and all you could see was his thumb and pinky finger were sticking out, so people starting waving back, doing the same… and that’s How the legend of Shaka started!

Burning Man is a huge event done in California… People from all over attend this event every year, especially Aussies! They spend 5 days on the desert, they bring food, drinks, and party supplies and share everything with each other. You pay the ticket to get in and the rest is all shared. I always admired that community and their way of thinking. Then, I moved to Hawai'i and learned that share mentally and forward thinking, already existed in the Hawaiian culture for thousands of years and other native communities around the world. Unfortunately, they barely have a voice and they are fading away, and Hawai'i is one of the few places left that tries to keep the Aloha Spirit Alive.

The Aloha Spirit Law
A Akahai – meaning kindness (grace),
expressed with tenderness;

L Lokahi – meaning unity (unbroken),
expressed with harmony;

O‘Olu‘olu – meaning agreeable (gentle),
expressed with pleasantness;

H Ha‘aha‘a – meaning humility (empty),
expressed with modesty;

A Ahonui – meaning patience (waiting for the
moment), expressed with perseverance.
The late Aunty Pilahi Paki wrote the “Aloha Spirit” law (Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, section 5-7.5). It recognizes the aloha spirit “as the working philosophy of native Hawaiians. There is a secret to the word Aloha. To truly live in the Aloha way or the Aloha spirit, you must apply all principles. Using one without the rest means you are not in the Aloha spirit. Here we briefly share her story. She is a true representation of ALOHA.

Aunty Pilahi Paki / By Aeluvhula.com
About The True Meaning of Aloha (love, compassion, kindness)
The word Aloha comes with many meanings. The true meaning of Aloha is the “spiritual principle” that emits the deepest expression with one’s relationship. With oneself, one’s family, community, friends, and strangers and the creative and giving forces that live inside of each person. The “True Meaning of Aloha,” has a greater meaning than just hello or goodbye. It is a mindset and a way of life. Aloha is an attitude. To be in aloha is to be in the presence of life. To share your inner-most essence, being open and honest with humility. Aloha is excepting others for who they are and showing dignity to what they have to offer. Aunty Pilahi Paki wrote a law because she envisioned a twenty-first-century world in conflict and would look to Hawai‘i for healing. Aloha would be its remedy.

Aloha — It’s the Law
Story by Teri Freitas Gorman | mauimagazine.net
In 1986, Hawai‘i lawmakers passed the “Aloha Spirit” law (Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, section 5-7.5), which recognizes the aloha spirit “as the working philosophy of native Hawaiians . . . presented as a gift to the people of Hawai‘i.” The late Aunty Pilahi Paki wrote the law because she foresaw a twenty-first-century world in deep strife that would look to Hawai‘i for healing. Aloha would be its remedy.
According to the law, all Hawai‘i citizens and government officials must conduct themselves with aloha. It is virtually impossible to enforce the Aloha Spirit law, but longtime Maui resident Deidre Tegarden remembers a time when it worked just as Aunty Pilahi intended.
It was April of 2012 and Deidre was the protocol officer for then-Hawai‘i Governor Neil Abercrombie. She stood on the Honolulu Airport tarmac awaiting the arrival of a high-ranking dignitary from the People’s Republic of China. The plane landed but the VIP failed to emerge.

Several awkward minutes later, an aide appeared. She explained there would be no meeting because, much to the disappointment of Beijing, the governor had met with the Dalai Lama two months prior.

Thinking quickly, Deidre responded in her very best Mandarin, “The governor of Hawai‘i always meets with every world leader because Hawai‘i is the Aloha State and our laws require us to extend aloha to everyone.” But the aide was unimpressed. There would be no meeting.

Later, the aide called. She said that after researching the Aloha Spirit law, they understood the governor was legally obligated to show aloha. She asked if he was still willing to meet. Their friendly meeting resulted in an annual holiday gift exchange between Beijing and Honolulu that endures today — ours being a box of chocolate macadamia nuts, of course.

Smart, Aunty Pilahi. She knew that a humble box of mac nuts and a little aloha could instigate a move toward world peace. She is definitely a legend and a true representation of Aloha!


For those who follow the path of Huna, or are fortunate enough to live in Hawai'i, it is common for us to use the word Aloha. We use it in greetings and farewells and in expressing love. But the word means even more, it is a way of life.
Besides these common meanings, the word Aloha holds within itself all one needs to know to interact rightfully in the natural world. These insights describe an attitude or way of life sometimes called "The Aloha Spirit" or "The Way of Aloha".
The spirit of Aloha was an important lesson taught to the children of the past because it was about the world of which they were a part. One early teaching goes like this:
Aloha is being a part of all, and all being a part of me. When there is pain - it is my pain. When there is joy - it is also mine. I respect all that is as part of the Creator and part of me. I will not willfully harm anyone or anything. When food is needed I will take only my need and explain why it is being taken. The earth, the sky, the sea are mine to care for, to cherish and to protect. This is Hawaiian - this is Aloha!
As the child grew, the need for a fundamental code of ethics was taught. This code is found within a deeper layer of the meaning of the word Aloha. The code is derived from one of the acronymic meanings of Aloha.
A, ala, watchful, alertness
L, lokahi, working with unity
O, oia'i'o, truthful honesty
H, ha'aha'a, humility
A, ahonui, patient perseverance

The meaning of Aloha, from Huna.com / Huna and Aloha – Ho'oponopono
We all know the word Aloha to be associated to the Island of Hawai'i. It is used day to day to say hello, goodbye, and I love you. What the natives know is that Aloha is more than that. There is more meaning behind each letter of this word. People that practice Aloha know that it is a state of mind that anyone can achieve, native Hawaiian or not.

A = AO
Light – In our behavior, one of the things that we need to do is to look to see that all of our behavior moves us toward the light. Therefore always ask: does my behavior lead me toward earth-ing my energy or toward enlightenment? So we should be acting in a way that leads others and ourselves toward the light, in the direction of the light with watchful alertness.

2. To look -HO’O AO to look for right time and the right place. To pay attention to what’s happening around you, look outside self, being circumscribed (meaning appropriate in all occasions). Someone not circumscribed will act silly and talk, talk, talk… And then we talk we’re not listening. Interesting people like to overwhelm us. Interested people listen to us. So, look around and take everything in. Pay attention!! You have to choose whether it is the right timing to say what you have to say out loud or not.

L = LOKAHI
3. Oneness. Oneness among us. All is one. We need to support the people that are with us on the path. Anything less than 100% support is sabotage. Oneness requires being PONO and ONE with everybody. PONO means, if you’ve got something with me, come and tell me. The process can be done inside self and outside in person. Get together and talk it out. (KUKA KUKA) If you are “inside” you can’t look to the other person to see if you’re PONO. This is why it is very important to know how to listen and look across rather than talk and look inside.

O = OIAIO
4. I’O = truth. Tell the truth. Most of us are too polite to tell each other the truth and by this action w,e actually don’t participate totally in the process of constructing our Universe. Despite the fact that we put this message out as being all right, we hold back a part of us and we don’t have total truth. Therefore we can’t have Oneness. Withholding something back is just not allowing us to be one with anyone.

H = HA’A HA’A
5. Means to be humble. HA’A HA’A is a very important concept in being aware. Ego is a big trap in the spiritual evolution. The minute you think you know something, you’re ruined in spiritual matters. The only reason you’re not saying the truth is ego. “He doesn’t deserve the truth”. If you play the game of power you’ll always have to know more than others. If you’re playing the game of showing off, you’ll always have to have more than others to show.

On the other hand, the more you’re putting out there in terms of sharing with others, the more is coming back to you, and accordingly you get more and more energy coming to you. Remember to remain humble. If you think you know more than others, then you have to prove it, and the minute you have to prove it, it becomes power and the minute it’s power it’s not the last A …
which is:

A = Aloha
6. Absolute, true love. The minute you think you’re better than somebody else, the minute you make comparisons, judgments, and spiritual judgments, you separate yourself from the true Love. In that moment you give up the spark of divine essence that comes from pure spirit, the love that we are, all of us. The minute we make comparisons, we’re not HA’A HA’A. According to the research, Elizabeth Kubler Ross, wrote in a book: “before you go you’re going to be asked: Did you love enough? Did you learn enough?”y Curby Rule
For those who follow the path of Huna, or are fortunate enough to live in Hawai'i, it is common for us to use the word Aloha. We use it in greetings and farewells and in expressing love. But the word means even more, it is a way of life.
Besides these common meanings, the word Aloha holds within itself all one needs to know to interact rightfully in the natural world. These insights describe an attitude or way of life sometimes called "The Aloha Spirit" or "The Way of Aloha".
The spirit of Aloha was an important lesson taught to the children of the past because it was about the world of which they were a part. One early teaching goes like this:
Aloha is being a part of all, and all being a part of me. When there is pain - it is my pain. When there is joy - it is also mine. I respect all that is as part of the Creator and part of me. I will not willfully harm anyone or anything. When food is needed I will take only my need and explain why it is being taken. The earth, the sky, the sea are mine to care for, to cherish and to protect. This is Hawaiian - this is Aloha!
As the child grew, the need for a fundamental code of ethics was taught. This code is found within a deeper layer of the meaning of the word Aloha. The code is derived from one of the acronymic meanings of Aloha.
A, ala, watchful, alertness
L, lokahi, working with unity
O, oia'i'o, truthful honesty
H, ha'aha'a, humility
A, ahonui, patient perseverance

The meaning of Aloha, from Huna.com / Huna and Aloha – Ho'oponopono
We all know the word Aloha to be associated to the Island of Hawai'i. It is used day to day to say hello, goodbye, and I love you. What the natives know is that Aloha is more than that. There is more meaning behind each letter of this word. People that practice Aloha know that it is a state of mind that anyone can achieve, native Hawaiian or not.

A = AO
Light – In our behavior, one of the things that we need to do is to look to see that all of our behavior moves us toward the light. Therefore always ask: does my behavior lead me toward earth-ing my energy or toward enlightenment? So we should be acting in a way that leads others and ourselves toward the light, in the direction of the light with watchful alertness.

2. To look -HO’O AO to look for right time and the right place. To pay attention to what’s happening around you, look outside self, being circumscribed (meaning appropriate in all occasions). Someone not circumscribed will act silly and talk, talk, talk… And then we talk we’re not listening. Interesting people like to overwhelm us. Interested people listen to us. So, look around and take everything in. Pay attention!! You have to choose whether it is the right timing to say what you have to say out loud or not.

L = LOKAHI
3. Oneness. Oneness among us. All is one. We need to support the people that are with us on the path. Anything less than 100% support is sabotage. Oneness requires being PONO and ONE with everybody. PONO means, if you’ve got something with me, come and tell me. The process can be done inside self and outside in person. Get together and talk it out. (KUKA KUKA) If you are “inside” you can’t look to the other person to see if you’re PONO. This is why it is very important to know how to listen and look across rather than talk and look inside.

O = OIAIO
4. I’O = truth. Tell the truth. Most of us are too polite to tell each other the truth and by this action w,e actually don’t participate totally in the process of constructing our Universe. Despite the fact that we put this message out as being all right, we hold back a part of us and we don’t have total truth. Therefore we can’t have Oneness. Withholding something back is just not allowing us to be one with anyone.

H = HA’A HA’A
5. Means to be humble. HA’A HA’A is a very important concept in being aware. Ego is a big trap in the spiritual evolution. The minute you think you know something, you’re ruined in spiritual matters. The only reason you’re not saying the truth is ego. “He doesn’t deserve the truth”. If you play the game of power you’ll always have to know more than others. If you’re playing the game of showing off, you’ll always have to have more than others to show.

On the other hand, the more you’re putting out there in terms of sharing with others, the more is coming back to you, and accordingly you get more and more energy coming to you. Remember to remain humble. If you think you know more than others, then you have to prove it, and the minute you have to prove it, it becomes power and the minute it’s power it’s not the last A …
which is:

A = Aloha
6. Absolute, true love. The minute you think you’re better than somebody else, the minute you make comparisons, judgments, and spiritual judgments, you separate yourself from the true Love. In that moment you give up the spark of divine essence that comes from pure spirit, the love that we are, all of us. The minute we make comparisons, we’re not HA’A HA’A. According to the research, Elizabeth Kubler Ross, wrote in a book: “before you go you’re going to be asked: Did you love enough? Did you learn enough?”
@CurbyRule

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PROMOTE AND SELL IN THE BUBBLE - it's a perfect for non-techies who are not familiar with design, social media or web development. Expand your business overseas and online. Create a virtual shop to sell products in the ALOHA platform site, Ebay Amazon and Mobile App. We donate $5 dollars to local charities or choose your favorite charity to donate in the bubble, ALOHA.

In The Bubble

ADD YOUR PRODUCTS, SERVICE AND SHOP ONLINE.

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Bubble 2.0 platform will launch in 2018. Subscribe to get all the details, how it works, add your products, service or legends in the bubble. Events, news, and charity.  Featuring Legends in Bondi, Australia, Hawai'i, USA and around the world. Learn about inspiring people in our community and in the Surf industry.

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The new Bubble platform will launch 2018. Sell your products add events, charity or legends in the bubble.
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