On hope, faith, and love, 1896.

CONTINUE TO HOPE.

While we publish the words of this thought, we print it knowing for certain in the spirit of faith, that there is a path of light that bursts through the darkness of the black clouds in the heavens.

It is unclear to those who do not believe in righteousness and truth, but everything is clearly visible to the eyes of one whose spirit has aloha for his land of birth.

Do you have aloha for your birth land? Do you have aloha for your Monarch and your people?

If you have true aloha, then you have no trepidation, you do not just believe with uncertainty, you do not believe in lies, but your aloha is steadfast like the snow atop very tall mountains. It never melts and disappears, it will never vanish from the eyes of many generations living for thousands of millions of years in this life.

That is the way one who continues to patiently be patriotic for his land is; that is the single precious gift God gave this Lahui of Hawaii nei.

(Aloha Aina, 7/18/1896, p. 4)

E HOOMAU I KA MANAOLANA.

Ke Aloha Aina, Buke II, Helu 29, Aoao 4. Iulai 18, 1896.

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