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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

"How about Kokua..?" 'James "Kimo" Rosen'

James "Kimo" Rosen with Mayor Bernard Carvalho, Jr. Carvalho is under the gun for placing the Chief of police on leave, the police commission is saying the mayor does not have the authority, the mayor say's he does.
Kaua'i Chief of police Darryl D. Perry at a recent Martin Luther King day rally. This blog was published an an opinion article in the Kaua'i Garden Island news on 03-17-12...
Karma-Drama should be Kauai's catch phrase, instead of live Aloha, how about live Karma-Drama?

The recent weather with flooding, mudslides, thunder and lightning storms along with hail might be the result of karma, others might say it's G-ds way of punishing Kaua'i for it's lack of Kokua? Kokua is a Hawaiian word, that translates as "extending loving, sacrificial help to others for their benefit, not for personal gain..." 

The recent drama between our Mayor and Police chief , The electric company's mandatory smart meters and the lack of aloha with TSA agents at the airport  will certainly deter visitors from vacationing on our once upon a time awesome and cosmic island.

Instead of the Mayor and Police chief having  ongoing animosity why not just really live Aloha and  be Christian-like and forgive? If we want G-d to forgive us we need to forgive others, and for those who don't believe in God it boils down to basic karma.

The mayor and police chief need to show true leadership skills and show the true  heroes and gentlemen  they both are and not take these misunderstandings into a court of law where each side fights to prove who has the biggest whatever while costing the taxpayers millions.  

It's time for each side to take no fault  and realize Hawaii indeed has something to teach the world other than the Hula, how about Kokua!


Editor's note, Dakinetalk guest bloggers do not necessarily represent the opinions of dakinetalk. Guest bloggers are given space to express their beliefs and or opinions. We feel there are many roads and like to give people space to express their thoughts,after-all that's what dakine is...Aloha, James "Kimo" Rosen, Publisher


KimoRosen said...

I liked it, got over 200 hits, and is in number one position for the most read for the week after only one day!?

Anonymous said...

Via Kaua'i Garden island news, "Douglas Dunn and Rema Murphy like this."