Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS, is more commonly known as the Lou Gehrig's disease. Our friend Gary, aka "Black", was diagnosed with ALS last year after he had slow speech pattern and difficulty swallowing. Aunty and his wife are friends from hanabata days (hanabata days = long long time ago). This weekend was the very 1st annual ALS walk in Hawaii, and over 300 people gathered at Kapiolani ...Read more ›
Give, and ye shall receive, and the more you give, the more you get. How strange the concept, but Aunty can attest to it being true. This only applies to unconditional giving, without any ulterior motive of benefit – like when you give to a charity whose cause you believe in, or give to someone who is needing help. It is as if the heavens open up and send gifts for your kindness. Another reason to give is because it really makes you feel good to help.
Aunty hopes that you can always feel good.