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Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii

 
TheWind (OP)

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08/21/2006 04:10 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
Divine creator, father, mother, son as one ... If I, my family, relatives and ancestors have offended you, your family, relatives and ancestors in thoughts, words, deeds and actions from the beginning of our creation to the present, we ask your forgiveness ...

Let this cleanse, purify, release, cut all the negative memories, blocks, energies and vibrations and transmute these unwanted energies to pure light ... And it is done."

I will end this with one of the treasures I have learned on GLP.....there have been a few and that is good enough for me to return to this site....it is not that all people here are depressed, there is some true love here!

However, much of the stuff is negative and sometimes it just needs tough love.........I will come with it, I can take the abuse for my style, been doing it for many moons and will continue until it is my day to die!

I won't be at a keyboard when I die!
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Do what LOVE would do Always!
(("Divine creator, father, mother, son as one ... If I, my family, relatives and ancestors have offended you, your family, relatives and ancestors in thoughts, words, deeds and actions from the beginning of our creation to the present, we ask your forgiveness ...

Let this cleanse, purify, release, cut all the negative memories, blocks, energies and vibrations and transmute these unwanted energies to pure light ... And it is done."


Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, Kahuna
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
not really, but I am going.......

tissue tissue tissue tissue tissue tissue tissue tissue
There ya go, that's the response you've been looking for so this thread can go now!!!
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Do what LOVE would do Always!
(("Divine creator, father, mother, son as one ... If I, my family, relatives and ancestors have offended you, your family, relatives and ancestors in thoughts, words, deeds and actions from the beginning of our creation to the present, we ask your forgiveness ...

Let this cleanse, purify, release, cut all the negative memories, blocks, energies and vibrations and transmute these unwanted energies to pure light ... And it is done."


Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, Kahuna
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08/21/2006 04:41 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
Thank you, yes I am frustrated, it is not easy feeling what I feel right now...........

Do you know the song Hawaii 78?



not sure I get your point......I think there are many here who are very sick!

Have you read what is posted here?


What's More Important than doom & gloom to the emotionally plagued? but the endless need to be right.

Maybe it's time for Brother IZ, listen to his spirit, to refocus & redirect the love & the energy ftrom your heart to those who are sick.

With love
B




Don't misinterpret what I was saying because you're frustrated with the doom & gloomers. To put it simply, I was & am still in agreement with you.

 Quoting: TheWind


I do indeed, that's why I mentioned Brother IZ. :)
Anonymous Coward
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08/21/2006 04:54 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
Your Obviously a Bible basher, and Good at it

And Most of us probaly like to live a Doom and Gloom Lifestyle..btw ur a EXCELLENT Spammer end
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08/21/2006 06:00 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
Actually i think one of the main problems are cars! they are such dangerous killing machines. Unfortunatelly they offer us no alternative safe forms of transport such as computer driven flying cars or anything like that. We get crashes like that all the time around here just as tragic.

But the people who come here and hide behind their keybord, wish for doom or want to die. you may say stop hiding and face life, but they have just as much courage as anyone, probably more,, but they have to shut themselfs off its the onlyway. its not like they are doing it for no reason,, its not like they could go out to the beach and pull all the chicks, if there is anybody hiding from life but knew that could go out and pull chicks/guys and become very sucessfull and happy, then they are very very stupid fucking blind idiots.
But i dont beleive that is the case for the vast majority.
The thing is, the ones that have no fear, the ones that have perfectly normal bodies and perfectly normal childhoods, they take their life for granted they dont appreciate it and they often do very stupid, foolish and selfish things.

People judge you by what you look like, the car you drive and the money you earn, thats the blunt truth, they don't judge you by who you are on the inside, if you think you judge everyone in your life by who they are on the inside, then your kidding yourslef.
Ikaika

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08/21/2006 07:13 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
To The Wind:


It's a horrible thing, and there is no denying that.

I've always believed people in Hawaii feel things more strongly, due to the powerful spiritualism that exists.

I left Hawaii due to the illness of my parents, and within 65 days in 1996, My Dad Died, then my Mom, and then my uncle in Kona, who was a contractor, and I'm sure if you live in HNL, you have driven by his buildings.

This was illness, not a tragic accident, however.

In the late 90's a group of teenagers were driving home from a bar up in Quebec, due to their lower drinking age, went off the road on the interstate, killing four.

Horrible, horrible, and many years later I still get the feeling of sadness, whenever I drive by that spot.

Things happen. We never know, and we have to take each day, and be thankful about it.

I was told by an older Hawaiian lady back in the seventies that my aumakua was the pu'eo, and I saw one every day I lived there. I knew if I saw one, I was safe.

I feel fortunate to have lived as long as I have, and when I hear of someone whose time has come too soon, I feel strangly unworthy.

Our time comes when it comes, and to honour these kids who were taken so suddenly, we all have to make the absolute best of the time we have been
allowed

I believe, and I hope you do also, that they are in a better place now.
bvndy
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08/21/2006 07:18 AM
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OP, you seem to be implying that this tragedy is somehow the fault of the people on this board.
THE learning curve for driving is steep, and when you flunk you quite often get worse than an F, this is why the predominant victims of car crashes are young.
BUT how is that the fault of anyone here?
the fault, if any exists, lies in the hands of those who died, think of it as evolution in action.
bartmoon tard
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08/21/2006 07:19 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
its called natural selection

fucking deal with it, quit complaining to us about how some kids you probably didnt even know died

just because you've realized your own mortality doesnt mean any of us are really going to give a flying fuck

rant
Ikaika

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08/21/2006 07:26 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
I believe the OP is saying that we invite too much doom and gloom into our lives via GLP...

It's not our fault, and I'm sure the Wind knows that, but anger and grief manifest itself in strange ways, striking out to those around you, just to do SOMETHING.

GLP to me is just a cyber adventure.
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08/21/2006 09:11 AM
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<Thanks, but my point was not about their deaths.......it was about people here wasting their lives waiting for DOOM! All people die when it is their day.......no person can stop that, so what is the point of just sitting around waiting for your day?>


 Quoting: TheWind

Sorry Wind I know you must be in shock. But I disagree ... It's not anybody's choice but their own what they do with their time - waste it or use it, not our business..not for others to judge but themselves. And I don't agree that all people die when it is their day....some die before their time. And it's not their time to die until they themselves are ready to go.

I wonder if those people are cursed. It seems strange that another car got out of control on the same place and killed more people..... that isn't how it is supposed to be. Everyone needs protection but not everyone realizes it. That is where daily prayer comes in. Ask and ye shall receive.
fahed
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08/21/2006 09:19 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
The parents of the kids should be locked up for child neglect.
What stupid parent would let their 15 year old daughter--or son--be out at 4:30 AM?
What do you do out at that hour--drink, take drugs, and have sex--all healthy behaviors for 15 yo these days apparently..
Anonymous Coward
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08/21/2006 09:25 AM
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Re: Something very sad happened yesterday here in Hawaii
and of course there are people who waste their time on people who they believe waste their time.

Accidents are horrible, but going about it this way, to actually try and make a point over their deaths is just dispicable in my book.

Leave the memory of these kids alone, and if yu have a point to make, just make it.
Don't do it over someone else's ack.

Why don't you email your post to the parents?
See if they can appreciate how you drag 'em in here and start vomitting over the rest.

Untill you have walked a mile.., sound familiair?

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