Aloha Friends,

         Today’s Seva story #51 of 100 is from Richard who lives in Kihei. Seva means selfless service for the benefit of community and the environment. Seva is anything we do without expectation for compensation.  I am collecting 100 stories to spread ideas, inspiration and positive news. 
           Richard recently chaperoned 39 Kihei charter students to the island of Kahoolawe. The group got the opportunity to learn about the island while visiting Hawaiian historical and cultural sites. They all participated in helping clean up a trail that went around the whole island, in which they cleaned 3/4 of a mile. Richard enjoyed being with his son, who is one of the students and being part of plans for the future of Kahoolawe. 
          Please share your Seva story with me so we can spread the Seva! Aloha, Namaste and Mahalo,  Johanna Waters