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It has been both fulfilling and humbling to have been able to experience a portion of my life living in another’s world. As author Robin Wall Kimmerer describes it, wildlife is capable of resembling the role of our teachers that lead, they are our founders. I would have to agree…

Keola from Myka

When I think about life, I think about how beautiful the world can be, how every single little detail has its own meaning in the circle of life. I think about humans and how we have an ample amount of potential to do good and bad for the Earth. Although,…

Christmas Blog from Myka

Mele Kalikimaka from your Winter Season Kureans! Hi family and friends from all around the Earth! I hope that this finds each and every one of you having an amazing time during the holidays, may your spirits be filled with happiness, peace, love and unity. Spending the holidays here has…

Grounded on Kure

Connection is essential in life, in order to feel. For me anyway, this is true. We as humans have found a handful of ways to connect in the world, whether it be through media, materials, or just the simple company of other things that may help us find a deep…

Voyage to Hōlanikū

Mahalo M/V IMUA Crew, Aloha Kure! What an amazing journey this has been already, and we’re just getting started! Life out at sea is truly a different kind of lifestyle, we’re literally living with the ocean. Each second is breathtaking out here. The waves glisten on the horizon with a…

Carpe Noctem by Charlie Thomas

In a world so far removed from the one that I was used to, I expected every aspect of living here to be the antithesis of my other life. I thought the days would be busy and raucous, and the clear skies at night a reason to indulge in the tranquility of isolation. I…
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