“Our cup overfloweth with joie de vivre to share with others”–motto for 2011 onwards.
This Christmas Eve is the month where a Maori Hollywood entertainment celebrity blog made history and hit the 2.8 million threshold thanks to you all worldwide. That’s never happened before in Hollywood’s entertainment history. Hawaii takes the top spot as both the 44thPresident of America and New Zealand’s Prime Minister vacation at the tropical jewel isles location of the USA.
Here in California this artwork at the Wiedeman gallery photographed in Hollywood this eve, reminds me of the umbrella I’ve been living under while living here in Hollywood California to date. Very French with a Hollywood twist. And Jakey Davis shines with two of his biggest fans, sister Taylor Jane and his mom, teen mom’s champion life coach - The Maori Rose of Sharon across the world in New Zealand. It’s all about children and their world we help and support them create. As you can see, I’m on Jakey’s program as he’s already busting out his Peace sign moves for photos, so fine like already, on a Kiwi beach. Too cute.
Hollywood entertainment and celebrity news on Christmas here in the Hollywood hood as voted by you the people worlwide. Here’s how we’re looking in our top ten today. Merry New Zealand Christmas and Happy Hollywood Christmas Eve. Thanks people.
Almost made it – The Bonus Posts:
Happy Kiwi Christmas and Merry American Christmas Eve.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.24.10~
This Christmas message is very sweet from the sixth most interesting entertainer of 2010 in the UK, Ms Ke$ha –as she sings festive greetings from Moscow, Russia this year. Who is that skaterboi clown in the background Ke$ha brought with her from The Valley? Lol!
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.23.10~
Here as I blog in West Hollywood this Christmas I am thankful that we have freedom of expression and freedom of speech in America.
Finally, I have recovered from a dirty martini hang over from two nights ago at a Hollywood Hills Christmas party. I like olives, so always get it wrong when I see them in a festive glass. I only had two martinis, but they were good ones! The relief of not having a Bellevedere voddie headache today is awesome, yet the respite is short lived when today I look at the news and I see that people are being persecuted in Iran for being different.
People are not allowed to have a Christmas this year. Those who want to are detained, some are behind bars, some will be martyred for their Christian faith in 2010!!! That’s insanity. (more…)
“Keeping secrets on our pillow”–Brandon Flowers lyrics, for those who grieve grief’s unquantifiable language in the dark night of the soul.
“As a family, we have been so fortunate to have a son and a brother who has so enriched our lives. To the young men of this country, Jack would want me to say this: Be your own man, do not be afraid to dream and pursue those dreams with quiet determination. Be sincere in your friendships, and keep those friendships in good repair. Stay true to your beliefs. Love your mother,”–the farewell words of Roger Howard on behalf of his family and friends, Anne Scott and daughters Charlotte and Isabella–as Roger laid his son, Private John Howard (Jack) to rest at Wellington’s Cathedral of St Paul in New Zealand’s capitol.
Private Howard was a Kiwi lad serving in the the 3rd Battalion in The Parachute Regiment of the British military, who was ‘killed by American soldiers piloting an American F-18 Hornet fighter, during a friendly fire incident in Helmand, Afghanistan,’ reports the UK Daily Telegraph.
Two Maori warriors carrying taiaha (traditional Maori wooden weapons of the art of Mau Rakau hand combat martial arts) ‘accompanied Private Howard’s coffin along with seven of his fellow British soldiers.’ In very poignant imagery, his coffin was draped in a Union Jack flag and with a traditional hand woven Maori cloak as he was carried into the cathedral, with his family following behind.’
His family are such big-hearted people to be able to forgive the futility of Private Howard’s loss of life in Afghanistan’s war effort. The cost of war to America and allies has been shared by many in common bonds of brotherhood in the hope of peace in the world.
New Zealand is a small nation. News like this rocks New Zealand culture to the heart, deeply. We don’t have all that many people to lose, our nation is small. One life lost is like 10,000 to us. It feels like as a Kiwi looking at New Zealand from afar in California that I’ve unexpectedly found myself crying about 29 lost miners gone too soon recently and now Private John gone too soon as well.
Such news makes any Kiwi cry. Blokes included. We’re just wired that way to fellow Kiwis in a deep and committed sense of place and Life’s purpose in the world. I’m tired of crying for New Zealand blokes lately in Hollywood, whose lives have been lost too early in the pursuit of the earth’s energy resources or a real sense of Peace too in the world transcending war. Accidents resulting in loss of lives in both cases, where unexpectedly men weren’t safe. Sorry, but I am. It’s just gut wrenching and we all share their loss and contributions to our culture.
RIP Private Howard. Sending kind healing thoughts and prayers for the Howard-Scott families this Christmas. A Kiwi brother of Commonwealth and Am-Kiwi community gone way too soon. What a beautiful send off for this Kiwi lad as these pictures show. John’s grandmother Elizabeth Scott looked very regal at the helm of her family.
Haere ra ou tatou teina–a symbol of a younger brother’s vital potential– to us all. Hollywood salutes your blood father’s spoken symbolic words of Peace in the Spirit of shared bronaaki culture (fellowship) that is Our Protector, stronger than war’s unquenchable grave and the proven Victor over death itself. Mauri ‘Ola Tatou. Ka Tu Te Whare Ka Ora o Te Ao i te taha o Te Awa Ora, Mo Ake Tonu.
In the spirit of global brotherhood that surpasses any difference of race, geographical borders, religious or cultural boundaries too in our shared humanity of melanin fused with spirit on this same shared earth we love, here’s the group Candella singing Brandon Flowers song Crossfire in honor of Private Howard’s life of service for the world. The song is offered from Hollywood today in the hope of Peace’s diverse rule and expressions in hearts and minds universally as an intelligent way forward of all leaders of future generations who wear Wisdom’s timeless glasses to see the best paths forward for children to walk in freely. Children who as global friends, consider each other equally and who build good friendships across all cultures of the world, as their open hearts so choose to as our guides, teachers and leaders without fear. [Thanks Candella & Brandon Flowers]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.22.10~
Horiwood.Com has reached the 2.8 million milestone as a Hollywood entertainment blog created and shared daily by a Maori New Zealander who lives in West Hollywood California. Yes, the moment does feel slightly juicy. Believe it or not, history has even been made.
At the 2.8 million mark this Christmas season, first up, thanks you fullahs worldwide, for your amazing daily interest and support online. Every day your presence makes me rise up and try harder as a person, shake off the crap and kick obstacles to the curb. The people you vote on this blog, I look at carefully and learn from. Thanks.
Let’s also think about the UN‘s latest message: that if war breaks out 2.8 million people of Sudan will be displaced. Harrowing news.
There’s always bloody something (or someone) else far more important to think about in the world isn’t there, before we can celebrate much these days? Oh well, welcome to being a global citizen I guess. Again… thanks a million.
Mauri ‘Ola. Life to US! Especially our brothers and sisters in Sudan this Christmas.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.21.10~
Perhaps, no one loves their pop music stars quite like the Koreans. Here’s highlights of pop musics biggest K-Pop stars via Masa.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.20.10~
To give the gift of clean drinking water to make a difference to a billion people who need it, click on this pic–to not be a fruitcake stuck in the past these festive holidays.
The world’s true royalty is anyone conscious enough to make water flow. This one fact, determines the baseline flow of all human rights in this world.
Because you all rock… Love ya! :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.19.10~
- Gulf Oil Spill
- Haiti Earthquake
- Pakistan Floods
- Koreas Conflict
- Chilean Miners Rescue
- Chavez Tas Ponchao
- Wikileaks Cablegate
- Hurricane Earl
- Prince Williams Engagement
- World Aids Day
The gulf oil spill, as tragic as it was to the environment and BP stakeholders alike, was an example of how a nuclear bomb would look if detonated. A lesson for us all to look after the earth.
Results shared via Stumble Upon.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.15.10~
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.15.10~
An empty chair for Liu Xiaobo led to this performance of Virtual Insanity by angsty kid of the dance-lounge world Jamiroquai at the Nobel Peace Prize Awards this year.
Of course, one nation’s vision of heaven or a paradise could be another nation’s version of a complete nightmare, perhaps indicating that more cross-cultural dialogue on deeper and profound levels (other than lip service revealed in leaked cables to be just that) is needed in the world to find a medium of peace from each nation to another. The greatest virtual insanity of all–is to not find a meeting place or a bridge to talk equally on–one to another.
Where is that bridge? There is a lot of work to be done in finding that concerning the human rights of all people in all nations of the world. Not one nation has a squeaky clean human rights record, if we all are honest–so we can’t be children and just project all of our own self-righteousness of ‘status’? in the world, on one nation like China. It requires more work to be done in finding the center for all people on human rights issues. We also must remember that if China was not humane on many issues–this nation would not have loaned so much money to the USA over the years, to assist the American government to be able to be more humane to fellow Americans with that loaned money. In addition, the American government would not have accepted the loans either if they did not think China was okay. Every issue has a perspective from many different angles to consider before we throw stones.
Back to Jamiroquai–this group was always one of my favs growing up in college. They were just off the wall quircke. Enjoy.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.12.10~
“My cultural pride I will show, that you may know, who I am.”–song lyrics, Aaria.
Beautiful voices from The Shaky Isles today.
Mauri ‘Ola Tatou! Life to US!!!
[Footage: Singer Stan Walker & Whanau/Family from Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia]
Lyrics: He kakano ahau i ruia mai i rangi atea (I am a seed scattered from Rangiatea)
David Wild is a writer for The Rolling Stone magazine here in America, here’s his thoughts as guest commentary via Huffington Post today on the VH1 Diva’s Show:
“This week, I had the great honor of spending a few days working as a producer and writer on The USO Presents VH1 Divas Salute The Troops that airs tonight on VH1 at 9PM and internationally on the Armed Forces Network. The show itself is a real blast in a decidedly non-military sense that’s hosted hilariously by Kathy Griffin, and featuring winning musical performances by Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Sugarland, Keri Hilson, Paramore, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, as well as appearances by literally everyone from our First Lady Michelle Obama to “Snooki” and “The Situation” from Jersey Shore, including comedian Jeffrey Ross, MC Lyte and Brandy, who I think we all can agree is technically a better dancer than Bristol Palin.”
His playlist that honors everyone whose ever served a concept of freedom and peace in US military service is as follows:
FOR THOSE ABOUT TO ROCK (WE SALUTE YOU) – AC/DC
BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY – The Andrews Sisters
KEEP ON ROCKIN’ IN THE FREE WORLD – Neil Young
BORN FREE – Kid Rock
THE MARINES’ HYMN – The United States Marine Band
ONLY IN AMERICA – Brooks & Dunn
BORN IN THE USA – Bruce Springsteen
BROTHERS IN ARMS – Dire Straits
AMERICA – Neil Diamond
COMING HOME – John Legend
THANK YOU – Led Zeppelin
HOLIDAY – Green Day
DRESSED UP TO WIN – Irving Berlin
THE HOUSE I LIVE IN – Frank Sinatra
GOD BLESS THIS MESS – Sheryl Crow
ARMY DREAMERS – Kate Bush
AMERICAN GIRL – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
LIVING IN AMERICA – James Brown
I THANK YOU – Sam & Dave
ARLINGTON – Trace Adkins
GALVESTON – Glen Campbell
DEAR UNCLE SAM – Loretta Lynn
FORTUNATE SON – Creedence Clearwater Revival
WHEN I GET WHERE I’M GOING – Brad Paisley
SOLDIER’S LAST LETTER – Merle Haggard
UNIVERSAL SOLDIER – Donovan
AMERICAN SOLDIER – Toby Keith
TRAVELIN’ SOLDIER – Dixie Chicks
THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND – Woody Guthrie
There are so many good songs in here. I’d have to go for Loretta Lynn, Led Zepplin, Merle Haggard, Brad Paisley, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Brown, Sheryl Crow, Bruce Springsteen, The Andrews Sisters, Neil Diamond and perhaps my favorite, Dire Straits on guitar and vocal. Good stuff David Wild. Thanks.
I can’t remember government ever saying what VH1 Diva’s should perform before? So this is a first.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood Caifornia USA. 12.6.10~
It must be because I’m part Scottish and have spent time living in Australia, because when I hear the word “scuttle” I head straight to Wikipedia to look up what it means. I really am that dumb, where I use wiki often and find more value in wikipeadia more so than wikileaks, although both share controversial and not-so-controversial information freely, apparently. Two random thoughts for mixologists:
What goes down could later go up–Einsten in reverse.
The Oopsology humors: When the wrong ‘terrorists’ are being bombed, divert resources, reprioritize elsewhere–politics 2010′s. Aristostle remixed. Bring humor as medicine to the front line, please.
Scuttling is: ‘the act of deliberately sinking a ship by allowing water to flow into the hull. This can be achieved in several ways -vaves or hatches can be opened to the sea, or holes may be ripped into the hull with brute force or with explosives.
Scuttling may be performed to dispose of an abandoned, old or captured vessel, to prevent the vessel from becoming a navigation hazard or as an act of self-destruction to prevent the ship from being captured by an enemy force, as a blockship to restrict navigation through a channel or within a harbor, or to provide an artificial reef for divers and marine life.
In naval combat usage, scuttling usually involves use of torpedos, and is done to prevent an enemy from gaining (or retaining) a valuable ship; the term applies regardless of whether a friendly or enemy hulk is the target.’ [Images via Greenpeace New Zealand - a Non Profit Organisation for Environmental Peace]
“Every country, including the US, must be able to have honest, private dialogue with other countries … When someone breaches that trust, we are the worse off for it.”–Hillary Clinton, Guardian U.K.
To Bahrain: “Part of being committed to the security of this region means identifying new threats and anticipating future ones, assessing how our defence co-operation can be improved and addressing the root causes of instability – the political, economic and social conditions that give rise to unrest and mistrust.”
We continue to make this offer of engagement with respect for your sovereignty and with regard for your interests, but also with an iron clad commitment to defending global security and the world’s interests in a peaceful and prosperous Gulf region.”–Gulf Daily News
Canada on Wikileaks: “The truth can set you free. But not in the cases where discretion and secrecy actually keeps us safe and allows the experts to do their jobs well… Thanks to WikiLeaks, the diplomatic world is slightly less safe and considerably less frank. That impacts us all.”–Globe & Mail’s Andrew Steele. (more…)
[Image - Men Fishing, Kashmir, Asia 1998 photo by Steve McCurry for National Geographic]
Thought for today, Walloon Language: Tos lès-omes vinèt-st-å monde lîbes, èt so-l’minme pîd po çou qu’ènn’èst d’leu dignité èt d’leus dreûts. I n’sont nin foû rêzon èt-z-ont-i leû consyince po zèls, çou qu’èlzès deût miner a s’kidûre onk’ po l’ôte tot come dès frés.
Translation: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
brotherhood: the quality or state of being brothers; fellowship; alliance (Merriam Webster)
an association or community of people linked by a common interest, religion, or trade. (Oxford)
He aha te mea nui i te ao? he tangata. he tangata, he tangata. Ask me, what is the most important thing in the World? It is people. It is people. It is people (Maori Proverb)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 12.3.10~
When I first got to Hollywood I really was deluded that I could write PR manuals. Here’s one book of snippets written for a former publicist of America’s biggest music stars that were all somehow connected to Shawn King‘s dad. I used to work in his office each day in lower Beverly Hills doing spin while he appeared on LA’s top Entertainment News Shows or in magazines talking about Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton being rogues that generated tabloid buzz in Young Hollywood on the competive club set.
On my last day working for him, I wrote this book over two nights–to say thanks for all he’d taught me. I did my interpretation of the wisdom he was always reaching for to have as a Russian-Jew descended from a tough holocaust surviving dad. His big thing, was ‘wise paragraphs’ as his favorite thing to read because he was so busy trying to conquer the world of Hollywood–hence these tips I wrote for him that I accidently re-found at My News Digest. The dude had written twenty books and I wanted to give something back to an author.
I love the internet. If you’re a blogger you’ll soon discover that you’ll have so many computers stolen, crash permanently or damaged through getting hacked here in the US, that I didn’t even have a copy of these written words anymore in doc form–but they can be found on the net–a reason why (for right or wrong) you should always have the courage to self-publish electronically.
Mr Publicist Guru, whose books on PR have been translated into 22 languages now–even in Russia and Chinese, used to say to me outrageous requests each day like, “Locate and get me US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on the phone for me, this minute.” And I would. Nuts!
She was lovely to speak to. So gracious and wise. Here’s snippets from that coffee table book, written for a PR King of LA.
Good PR protects and counsels with thoughtful wisdom
PR TIP # 21: “Fame is often a substitute for loneliness. It is God and not fame, that sets the lonely in true families. Family will always be the height of true fame. Good PR will support family, always. In the mode of Barack Obama, nations are families connected to other families on the earth. PR the earth and make its well being known. That is true and meaningful fame, towards our collective fortuitous future.”
by Sam Cruickshank, from the book, In The Presence of A Gorilla: 1001 Things About Hollywood PR.
PR TIP #22: Stars who have longevity, (more…)
Photo of the day: Rabbis install a giant Hanukkah Menorah at the launch of the eight-day Jewish Festival of Lights, named Hanukkah, at the Pariser Platz near the Brandenburg Gate in central Berlin on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010.
[Photo credit courtesy of Markus Schreiber of the AP]
It is the second time Brad Pitt has seen Megamind. This time Mr Pitt is pictured with Angelina seeing the film again in Paris, France.
Wikileaks US leaked docs news dominates our top ten celebrity, entertainment news posts here in Hollywood. A shock, because this is not a political blog but an entertainment celebrity blog. I guess world leaders are celebrities right now then, if they’re rating above known celeb names. A good sign.
Here’s John Key‘s quote on the 1600 documents that relate to New Zealand, 1400 hundred of them stemming from Wellington: ”My understanding is it’s more likely to be the odd sort of comment which is colourful in nature, the sort of thing that you might say to your mate around the coffee table but not necessarily something you’d want written down and read by the person that you were reporting on—I see biodocuments (documents about people) or I see reports that come in from our embassies and high commissions around the world. They always have a degree of colour or [creative] licence about them. I take them with a grain of salt. Generally the positions we hold we make them public anyway.”
Good advice on how Wikileaks docs should be read. Just like most things written on this blog really. On that note, our top ten voted worldwide today are:
10. TIE B: Jay-Z’s tribute to lost Greymouth Miners
“No one is under any illusions about how we feel about the Fiji administration at the moment or what’s happening in Afghanistan so I’d be surprised if there’s anything there”–JK for NZ.
TVNZ reporting via NZPA on NZ’s Position about the US criticism in the Wikileaks Doc: ‘After revelations via Wikileaks that diplomats were told to spy on United Nations figures, the US is accountable, NZ’s leader says.
‘Among the documents released was a classified directive to US diplomats sent on behalf of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in July 2009 which sought intelligence on the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the ambassadors of the other permanent members of the UN Security Council – Britain, China, Russia and France.
The “new national human intelligence collection directive” was sent to US representatives at the UN missions in New York, Vienna and Rome, and 33 embassies and consulates. The UN has reacted saying it will take up concerns with the US and that its operations under the 1946 convention on the privileges and immunities of the United Nations included immunity from search or interference by member governments.
Key did not criticise the US when asked about the controversy this afternoon.
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.30.10~
I saw that The University of Carolina is offering a Major in Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame. Pop music as a vehicle of leadership in nationhood’s direction is what kids want to study. Really a University should be offering science and advanced mathematics or physics papers in the US in an effort to close the gap on Education being an equipping tool towards being viable competitors in the future direction of a global economy.
If sociology is a lure to get kids into college to see what it’s all about, all good–perhaps they should be offering a 2 hour lecture in Rihanna Studies instead though. Kids would learn just as much, although Rihanna is not technically an American citizen. Although shaping American culture so much as an artist, rather humorously, her visa status is still that of an alien. She is the USA’s Alien Queen of the 2010′s.
In 2008, Rihanna was ranked in the top four on google New Zealand trends for the year. Her live performances in Auckland The Supercity were well appreciated from fans. A then relatively unknown American leader (to the-wider-world), Barack Obama, also made the top ten in this innovative and perceptive trend-spotting small nation. At this time, New Zealand’s current Prime Minister, was not yet ranked in the top ten (Sir Edmund Hillary was instead, at no. 7) yet Rihanna and Mr Obama were on New Zealand’s cultural radar of people they like.
As a comparison, Australia ranked Paris Hilton and Anna Nicole Smith in their top ten and Mr Obama was not yet on the radar in Australia’s mindsets at all that same year in a significant way. Rihanna however (was ranked no.9 in Australia that year as a trend) denoting that she is a key figure and entertainer to the South Pacific and Asia Pacific territories. She was the only person of color in Australia’s top ten that year to ‘cross-over’ as an accepted trend, whereas New Zealand had 3 people of color trend that same year. It is fair to say, that as a star, leader and a cultural-architect artist of a modern world–that Rihanna is always a forerunner of the world’s elite leaders. This is her destiny as a person. Let’s look at what she’s gifted the American people, so far.
What would GQ be, without its Rihanna magazine covers in the US or Britannia? You need at least one Rihanna moment as your cover girl each year to be a successful men’s magazine. This girl is both pretty, tough and resilient in making a comeback when beaten down. She can also make a fashion accessory super hot–that all stars emulate and fashion designers incorporate into their styles of design. She’s the edge of trendsetting when she feels like playing the diva role.
She also gave America a powerful image of someone who recovered from post traumatic stress disorder of something unexpected that can hit a life in America, requiring a major rebuilding effort. Her Chris Brown domestic violence saga of the past catapulted Rihanna into superstar status. Resilience was added to her star exotic brand in that tragic moment of callous American mistreatment by young Chris towards a foreigner living and working in Los Angeles. That media moment was bloody awful. Thankfully Chris Brown has moved on from the incident too now, maturing from it also.
There has never been anyone who lived in Hollywood Hills, quite like Rihanna who has contributed to American culture in difficult years, offering hope or distraction or attitude or just good fun. She’s quite unique. Via Barbados and the Commonwealth, along with Beyonce she is the All American Girl inspirer of the last decade. Next year, I wonder if actor/ singer/ fashion sequer and stylist, Kat Graham, a newbie who is currently sporting top hats of British gentry of the UK, will get to land on GQ too?
In the meantime, here’s the hardworking Riri, amusing Britain with those looks. In the last 11 months, she’s just not stopped working. Respec. In fact Rihanna’s music accomplishments are second to none in America–she’s pop royalty and the Commonwealth’s black queen of pop. In 2008 when Rihanna performed live for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, she wore earrings reflecting the shape of the late Princess Diana‘s engagement ring, the same ring now being worn by Kate Middleton. With her symbology that constitutes pop star monarchy’s iconography, that millions of people worldwide follow–as symbols of empire that they think define them, Rihanna is always smart. Equally subtle as confrontation, a rare mix. Rihanna is a little naughty, she’s the only music artist to give the Queen a diva snear at the end of her performance, before she curtsied–an expression the Queen would never allow herself to do in public, even if she wanted to. The moment from Rihanna is cute.
Hitfix reports that Riri (who this blog is sorta named after too), is the no.1 charting artist of the millennium. The music website writes: “Only Girl In the World jumps to No. 1 this week, giving Rihanna her second single from Loud to hit the top spot. Two weeks ago, What’s My Name featuring Drake was at No. 1. Loud debuts at No. 3 this week on the Billboard 200.
Riri makes history. It is the first time (more…)
Namaste. Special thanks to all of you who read Horiwood.Com in Hollywood. May your holiday season be a good one and 2011 be prosperous and abundantly blessed for you all. Most of all, may your smiles increase and your spirits rise.
According to Quantcast, here’s what we all look like. Pretty diverse. I love you all. As a fellow global citizen, thanks for being my daily teachers who share yourselves on a New Zealand Maori Kiwi’s blog. You’ve taught me so much. As caring is sharing. Many thanks for your open hearts and your limitless abilities to share. Peace.