… Dream Like A Mountain

Dream Like A Mountain

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The

watery

half of our world

Where East Meets West

is the largest body of water of our solar system –

Ka Moana Nui o Honua, The Great Ocean of the World;

The Pacific.

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In

the center

of this Great World Ocean,

are the most remote islands on Earth.

They

rise stupendously

20,000 feet from the the bottom of the sea

to burst forth.  Some soar 14,000 more up into the heavens.

These

10 kilometer peaks

are the tallest mountains on Earth.

Tropical volcanoes, crowned with ice, a marvel to behold.

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Discovered

by the Polynesians

More than 1,000 years ago

Mauna Kea kuahiwi ku ha’o i ka mālie

Mauna Kea the astonishing mountain that stands in the calm.

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Mauna a Wakea

The mountain of Wakea

Where the Earth touches Heaven

Where Papa first kissed Wakea & birthed the world.

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MKT

Mauna Kea Time

Where East meets West.

The other side of time, where tomorrow begins

Where tomorrow is already today, fourteen hours before GMT

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Mauna Kea Time

Our global connection to the present.

Where there are no time zones  Only Now.  Everywhere ™

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Dream Like a Mountain

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