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The people from the beautiful seaside city of Maluhia know the secrets of being happy, healthy, and peaceful. And now, thousands of tourists are flocking towards the island to find out how they can live that way, too. Little do they know; the answer is simple. It’s also right in front of their noses.
In twenty-six charming stories, you will find messages that shine brightly and awaken greater awareness in readers who are young and old. These stories create the vision of how the world can truly become a happier and more peaceful place to live. They also convey how important it is to support our children’s positive imagination and beliefs, and allow them to be themselves so that they will go on to create a better world for all of us.
Maluhia is a wonderful place where children and adults will want to visit again and again to remind themselves that they can be happier.
If you come often enough, you just might find yourself living in a paradise of your own.
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My retirement came after 29 years and yesterday was my last physical education class with the kids. I wanted to end the cycle with the book “Maluhia”. I let go and trusted because after the World Cup I thought it was going to be difficult to get them to read. We freshen up and sat under an old ceibo tree. Before opening the book, I told them that it was my last day and that I wanted to give them something special. What happened was pure magic! I have been reading stories to children for years and they were never as attentive and participated as with “Maluhia”. They were moved by the story of the star and the choice of the Mother (me too), they also laughed a lot regarding the washing machine. As for the kitten and its past as a lion was impressive, one of them had just hurt a caterpillar and his brother scolded him, he said: “can’t you see what can happen to you Milo.” I told him to apologize to the caterpillar and to say, “I’m sorry, I love you”; also, another child said, “this is how you correct the error” They were your words, Mabel!
Likewise, we read about Morrnah, and I felt her subtle presence on my back, to my left, and I got excited. The best thing was the end when we repeated twice aloud the phrase from the last sheet. I looked at them with tears in my eyes, closed the book with total awareness of the present moment, and said thank you. Thank you, Mabel, for materializing Ho’oponopono through “Maluhia”. I love you!