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In the past few weeks in Hawaii, there has been much excitement related to the many approaching storms that never quite made it to the islands but brought with them the rain that people have been complaining about — ‘oh the traffic, so slow…”, “bummer, no beach today…” and so on.

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But many don’t think of the fact that the rain is a blessing. It has brought drought hit dry areas of the islands back to being lush again. Farmers sigh in relief as their pastures are turning green. Rain is directly related to our sustenance and nourishment and the beauty of these islands and as we sprint through our busy lives and it’s activities, luxuries and entertainment, we have a tendency to forget that because we’re so far removed from the whole process of the weather and the rain and the effects it has on the food supply chain and system and the community.

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There was a time when we were more in tune with the whole process. The weather man says there’s more rain that will be falling on Hawai’i Nei, just be happy the next time you see it rain and look at the beauty around you and say a little thank you!

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