1. A child behaves like those who reared him.
  2. A fisherman of the shallow sea uses only a short line; a fisherman of the deep sea has a long line.
  3. A full sail helped him to arrive.
  4. A good surfer will not get wet.
  5. A heart as big as a house.
  6. A humble person walks carefully so as not to hurt others. Don’t walk all over people!
  7. A stranger only for a day.
  8. Abuse is like a god that destroys his master.
  9. All knowledge is not taught in one school.
  10. All power comes from within.
  11. Be one in love.
  12. Be patient. Don’t give up too easily.
  13. Be thankful for what you have.
  14. By listening, one understands.
  15. By observing, one learns. By listening, one commits to memory. By practice one masters the skill.
  16. Come! Come! Come inside here. Sit down and rest till your weariness is gone from you, then have something to eat.
  17. Continue to do good, and heaven will come down to you.
  18. Dare to dance, leave shame at home.
  19. Dip your paddle in and join the effort.
  20. Distance is ignored by love.
  21. Do not allow sins to get beyond creeping.
  22. Do not disturb the water that is tranquil.
  23. Don’t fear work, fear laziness.
  24. Effectiveness is the measure of truth.
  25. Energy flows where attention goes.
  26. Enjoy the beat of other drums, but this is my song.
  27. Everybody paddle the canoes together; bail and paddle, paddle and bail, and the shore is reached.
  28. Hush, lest the wind arise.
  29. If you plan for a year, plant kalo. If you plan for ten years, plant koa. If you plan for 100 years, teach the children.
  30. In language, there is life; in language, there is death.
  31. In the end, we will take care of only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught.
  32. In the language is life. In the language is death.
  33. In working, one learns.
  34. It is through the way you serve others that your greatness will be felt.
  35. Jealously belongs to the ugly.
  36. Joy is in the voice of love.
  37. Know the big currents, and the little currents.
  38. Knowledge is gained in many schools.
  39. Little work, little gain.
  40. Live your life while the sun is still shining.
  41. Love all you see, including yourself.
  42. Love gives life within.
  43. Love is like a cleansing dew.
  44. Love is like fog – there is no mountain on which it does not rest.
  45. Love is worn like a wreath through the summers and the winters.
  46. Love one another.
  47. Make every person, place, or condition better than you left it always.
  48. May there always be trade winds behind you, rainbows above you, and Aloha all around you.
  49. May there always be warmth in your hale, fish in your net, and Aloha in your heart.
  50. No breadfruit can be reached when the picking stick is too short.
  51. No canoe is defiant on a stormy day.
  52. No cliff is so tall it can’t be climbed.
  53. No deed lacks a reward.
  54. No one is hurt by doing the right thing.
  55. No task is too big when done together by all.
  56. Now is the moment of power.
  57. Observe with the eyes. Listen with the ears. Shut the mouth.
  58. One voice is enough.
  59. Paddle together, bail, paddle. Paddle, bail. Paddle towards the land.
  60. Put forward the paddle and draw it back.
  61. Put in your dip of the paddle.
  62. Rains always follow the forest.
  63. Remain among the clumps of grass and do not elevate yourself.
  64. Someone who speaks about “my inferiors” doesn’t have them.
  65. Strive to reach the highest.
  66. Sweet tongues buy horses on credit.
  67. That is what it should be – to turn the hands palms down, not palms up.
  68. The awkward person always breaks the board in riding on the surf.
  69. The fish at the top edge of the fire.
  70. The future is in the past.
  71. The goodness of the taro is judged by the young plant it produces.
  72. The growth of love is the essence within the soul.
  73. The land is a chief; man is its servant.
  74. The Lehua blossom unfolds when the rains tread on it.
  75. The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.
  76. The parent is the support that holds the household together.
  77. The prize goes to the quick one.
  78. The rain follows after the forest.
  79. The rippling water where birds gather.
  80. The sea is very calm. All is peaceful.
  81. The secrets within me are seen through Aloha.
  82. The site first, and then the building.
  83. The sovereignty of the Kingdom is perpetuated by justice.
  84. The stars are the eyes of heaven.
  85. The tide recedes but leaves behind seashells on the sand. For every joy that passes, something beautiful remains.
  86. The traditions of the land are preserved by the youth.
  87. The world is what you think it is.
  88. There are no limits.
  89. There is life in a gentle breath of wind.
  90. There is life in a kindly reply.
  91. There is life in the rain.
  92. There is life in the water from the clouds.
  93. Those above are going down, those below are going up.
  94. Through work, one learns.
  95. Tiny is the flower, yet it scents the grasses around it.
  96. Treat a person who comes in kindness with kindness.
  97. Try as you may to undo the good I have done, you cannot.
  98. Unfolded by the water are the faces of the flowers.
  99. Unite to move forward.
  100. Walk softly along the trail and don’t touch anything, don’t look in places you shouldn’t or else the god(dess) will be angry.
  101. Watch, and you will learn how to do it.
  102. Watch out lest the canoe land on a rocky reef.
  103. Watch your step, and don’t let things you can see lead you into trouble.
  104. Watch, observe. Help others and accept help. That is the family way.
  105. We only love what we understand. We only understand what we are taught.
  106. When love is given, love should be returned. Anger gives no life.
  107. When one dreams of a canoe, there will be no luck the next day.
  108. When one wants to dance the hula, bashfulness should be left at home.
  109. When the heavens weep, the Earth lives.
  110. Wield the paddles together.
  111. You are a chief because of your people.
  112. You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.