Hawai'i
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12th Annual
Hawai'i International Forgiveness Day

August 3, 2014

co-sponsored by Chaminade University


Location:
Mystical Rose Oratory, Chaminade University, Honolulu

3140 Waialae Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816
in Kaimuki at the corner of Waialae and 3rd Avenue
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Detailed Information
about Forgiveness Day 2014

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Complimentary Reserved Tickets


The complete video record
of Hawai'i International Forgiveness Day 2013

All the events, performances and ideas
at the State Capitol Rotunda, Honolulu

Mahalo to all who made it possible...


Photo Gallery:
September 1, 2013
The 175th Birthday of Queen Lili'uokalani
111 photos of a special day at 'Iolani Palace

Introduction to the Program
for the 11th Annual
Hawai'i International Forgiveness Day


The Making of Ti-Leaf Lei

In honor of the Queen, people at Forgiveness Day made scores of
traditional ti-leaf lei, a mark of respect. Expert kupuna were there to teach...
and the lei-making continues:

• in honor of the 175th Birthday of the Queen on September 1...
• as part of United Nations Peace Day on Sept.21...
• included in the celebration of the Five Principles of Peace in Beijing...

You can participate today!

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Gallery: Forgiveness Day 2012

A collection of images from Forgiveness Day 2012
in the Capitol Rotunda, Honolulu Hawai'i

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Kahea
A Call from the People of Hawai'i
at the State Capitol, Honolulu, 2012

"From this place of honor and shared voices, we, the people of Hawai’i Nei, issue this Kahea to our own souls, to each other and to the world for a renewal of forgiveness in our lives."


a not-for-profit community organization, celebrating forgiveness in all its forms
part of a network of festivals in more than 80 countries


“Behold not with anger the sins of man, but forgive and cleanse.”
--Queen Lili'uokalani


Hawai’i is a multicultural society whose people deeply respect
the values of the first people who first settled our islands, long ago.
A life of forgiveness is demonstrated clearly by traditional
Hawaiian culture, through the spirit of Aloha (welcome, love)
and the practice of Ho`oponopono (balance, understanding).

We support forgiveness in all its religious, artistic,
personal, judicial, educational, social and political forms.
Hawai'i is an example for the world, both small in size
and large in significance, of what is true and possible.

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Gallery of Forgiveness Arts
a book highlighting
winners of the Images and Poetry Awards

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to browse and read this fine-quality full-color book

Visions of Forgiveness
Three full 30-minute programs produced in partnership with 'Olelo Community Television


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to view free, full-length streaming video clips

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Awards: Images of Forgiveness & Poetry of Forgiveness
Contacts and Connections | About International Forgiveness Day
Forgiveness Media | Gallery of Forgiveness Arts | Other Forgiveness Projects, links
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