Matariki Maori Proverb

The tui chatters, the parrot gabbles, the wood pigeon coos. It takes all kinds of people.

Karakia - Te reo Maori - BlessingTa      Eye brows-            Don't have to be spot on-just 'sister-Brows'.like that Term for them,, Get tatt In befor they drop out' Not A Bad Idea, 'Pale ,-just for guide lines Coz in old age there finer fade..  Keep smiling faith

Karakia - Te reo Maori - BlessingTa Eye brows- Don't have to be spot on-just 'sister-Brows'.like that Term for them,, Get tatt In befor they drop out' Not A Bad Idea, 'Pale ,-just for guide lines Coz in old age there finer fade. Keep smiling faith

Whaia te iti kahurangi ki te tuohu koe me he maunga teitei. Aim for the highest cloud so that if you miss it, you will hit a lofty mountain. Maori proverb

Whaia te iti kahurangi ki te tuohu koe me he maunga teitei. Aim for the highest cloud so that if you miss it, you will hit a lofty mountain.

Matariki Maori Proverb

The honi is a Polynesian greeting in which two people greet each other by pressing noses and inhaling at the same time. This is a very honorific as this represents the exchange of ha--the breath of life, and mana--spiritual power between two people.

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Set of 8 beautifully photographed, inspirational posters of Aotearoa icons. English and Maori phrases on each poster


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