When we undo our definitions of the sacred, when we undo all that we know… when we undo ourselves, does the sacred reveal oneself as us?
What is it like to move from the New York hustle to a living, breathing sacred island? For Carol Fong it is a lot like finding yourself and then finding your purpose.
Willy Iaukea is perhaps the last pure-blooded Hawaiian whose lineage predates the arrival of Tahitians around 2,000 years ago. He is the keeper of his family’s history and stories. What he says here about the sacred resonates, while turning much of what we think we know on its ear.