Episode 2

Published on:

18th Sep 2020

Telling Stories with Aloha

Storytelling is an art. Someone once told me that "storytelling is the fabric to our culture." But with the privilege of sharing stories comes great responsibility to do it the right way. What does that mean? In this episode, I bring on my first guest to the show. Her name is Kanoelani Davis, a native to the island of Molokaʻi. She shares her manaʻo (thoughts) on someone sharing stories of Molokaʻi and what that may means. In a greater scale, what are the thoughts behind how Hawaiʻi is being advertised as a visitors destination. What stories are being shares and/or not shared? This is a great conversation and topic to ponder over. There may be a lot of thoughts and questions that stem from this episode, but that's the point.

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About the Podcast

Sharing Aloha
Aloha can change the world
The word "Aloha" is familiar around the world. But how many people know what it actually means in the Hawaiian language? It's more than a greeting, more than "love", and actually more than you can translate into English. It's a feeling, it's a relationship, it's the exchange of life.

"Sharing Aloha" is a podcast that will share the essence of "Aloha" through storytelling, inspirational talks, fun facts of Hawaiian history, and much more.

The world today can be so negative. In times of a pandemic, living day to day is becoming more difficult than ever. So "Sharing Aloha" is here to give you a dose of positivity to uplift your day while hopefully motivating and educating you at the same time.

"The amount you give will determine the amount you get back."

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