A special thank you to the state of Hawaii and especially the islands Kaua’i, Oahu, and Maui for your beautiful inspiration, love, and ALOHA for my projects: Surf Soup picture book series and Surf Soup TV, and a huge Mahalo to the Northshore of Oahu. I feel the Aloha and share it because of the beautiful people and Hawaiians that embrace me everytime i am there working on Surf Soup, as i feel the inspiration for my projects, and creativity, and the blessings you have all given me. Mahalos!...Inspired by the hard work of the menuhunes...I am never giving up!
I also want to Thank my Mom and Dad for all their Love and support my whole life...living the life of an artist! Also a huge Thank you to all my fans and Kickstarters!
I will NEVER give up on my purpose and my dreams!
My Dreams are already coming true!
With Love and Gratitude...Aloha!, Donna Kay Lau
Thank you to all my helpers!
Miss Mary Ann King, Alice Stafford, Krystelle Robeniol,,Casey Canon,
Melanie Lee,Kelly Enger, Danielle Barlow, Margaret Bynoe, Linda Polanowski, Audrey Lee,Marcia Mosko, Allyson Cohen, Robert Ke & Kristi Hong, Jarl Haugedal, Donald Strout, Patricia Greco, Gloria V.Jeff KolarJennie Hong, Maureen Doughty, May Lee
Anna, Tom, & Nico Batanero, Bob Rhein,
Rodney Allen Rippy
Dr. Wallace J. Nichols
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The purpose of sustainability is to meet present day needs in a way that does not compromise the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Sustainability places a lot of focus on preserving and using natural resources wisely, but it also focuses on economic and social issues that affect everyone around world, with increased emphasis on people and societies most in need.
Whether you are a business owner or an individual, there is always something you can do to leave the world a better place for the future. Making a difference doesn’t even mean having to spend a lot of money or invest a lot of time. Here are a few things you can do to make the world a better place:
•Donate.Donate money to environmental or social causes that you believe in. Websites and phone apps make it easier than ever to locate charitable causes and investigate whether they put their donations to good use. You’ll be donating to a good cause and earning a tax deduction to boot. Before donating to a charity, make sure to check their reputation with an independent evaluator, like Charity Navigator.
•Raise well-rounded human beings.Raising a family can be difficult. It is an honorable goal to provide your children with more opportunities and experiences than you might have had growing up. Consider this legacy an investment in the future generation that will make the world a better place.
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If you can’t donate time or money, then just make an effort to do no harm. Act responsibly by not wasting natural resources. Reduce your impact on the environment by recycling and buying locally or from socially responsible retailers. In the end, these simple actions can help leave the world a better place than it was when we started out.
Happy World Gratitude Day!
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