Molokai Is a State of Mind
Molokai Is a Place of Contrasts
Molokai is a place of exceptional beauty with spectacular sunrises and sunsets and ever changing ocean views.
Molokai has trash along the roadsides and abandoned falling down buildings.
Molokai has students graduating high school and going on to outstanding universities.
Molokai has students dropping out of high school.
Molokai has people living in large, expensive homes.
Molokai has people who have no homes.
Molokai is a place for leisure beach walks and mountain hikes.
Molokai is a place of barstool regulars.
Molokai is an island with a rich heritage and a culture to be shared with those eager to learn.
Molokai is a place people like to visit but want to change.
Molokai is a place with efficient and compassionate medical care.
Molokai is a place with people destroying their lives with drugs.
Molokai is an island with warm, lasting relationships.
Molokai is an island of superficial acquaintances.
Molokai is an island of leisure days.
Molokai is an island with many things needing to be done.
Molokai is a refuge for physical and mental well being.
Molokai has an undercurrent of unrest and resistance.
Molokai, the Friendly Isle, welcomes visitors.
Molokai has bumper stickers telling visitors to go home.
MOLOKAI IS A STATE OF MIND.
WHAT IS YOUR STATE OF MIND?
A Molokai Auntie