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  • Mose Saitala
    Talofa Laumua pena foki fanau masani Tuvalu iloto ite fale sautala titi manatu tenei. Ko fakamanuia atu foki i konei ate tausaga fou. Ke manuia lasaga ote
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      Talofa Laumua pena foki fanau masani Tuvalu iloto ite fale sautala titi manatu tenei. Ko fakamanuia atu foki i konei ate tausaga fou.

      Ke manuia lasaga ote tausaga fou tenei ko ulu-fale atu tatou kiei ite aso nei.

      Laumua, fakafetai mo pati fesoasoani e fagai iei tou agaaga mo te saelenga ite tausaga fou tenei. Au nei ne moe i Cornwallis beach ite po after our midnight New Year church service last night. Ne fakatu tema tili mo Usufono. Se fakatau eiloa te kanase mo te momona. Ko masausau ake ei au ki Mt Isa mo ana desert lizards!!!

      I am passing through Cairns this Thursday and next Sunday (13/1) enroute to Guam and back but I guess it is still too far for a meet. E ui iei ko moli atu eiloa alofaga mai konei mo tausaga fou tenei.

      Mose


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      From: laumua_kofe <laumua_kofe@...>
      To: Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, January 1, 2008 12:01:54 PM
      Subject: [Tuvalu] Manuia te Tausaga Fou

      Manuia te Tausaga Fou ki a koulua i loto nei, i Amelika, i Canada, i
      India, i Fiji, i NZ, Ausitalia, Hawaii,Tuvalu, mo nisi fenua aka.
      Tela ko teka atu te 2007 kae ko ulufale atu tatou ki te 2008. Tafaga
      foki te loa o te malaga, fiafia i nisi taimi, fanoanoa i nisi, moe
      atu nisi e pele i loto, kae fanau mai foki tupulaga fou. Oti atu
      foki a mea mua, kae ka saga atu tatou ki mea fou. Mafaufau aka la me
      se a te mea fou ka taumafai koe ki ei i te Tausaga Fou tenei.

      Te fuaiupu tenei mai i te Tusi Tapu ke fakaoso ei te malaga o te
      2008.

      The words of Psalm 51:10 "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew
      a steadfast spirit within me�" is a perfect and appropriate prayer
      as we enter into the New Year. Our relationship with God is most
      important in our spiritual journey. The key to life is that
      relationship and we need to keep it secure at all times. The writer
      was obviously aware of his frail nature as a person, and is looking
      to God for strength, support, wisdom, guidance and so forth. We are
      like the Psalmist, we tend to be easily distracted by the wonders and
      beauty of this world at the expense of our relationship with God.
      The distraction will cause us to drift further and further away from
      God. This prayer calls for God's intervention, "Create in me a pure
      heart�" it means a heart that longs for God, the desire and longing
      produces purity for purity of heart comes from God. My friends, we
      need God in our lives, simple as that. I have been in Ministry for
      almost thirty years and still would not survive without this prayer.
      Let us take this prayer with us in our journey this year and make it
      our own "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast
      spirit within me�"

      To all readers, May God be with you in your journey this year, a
      prosperous and a Happy one.

      Laumua





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    • Mimosa Togialele
      Talofa Laumua Fakafetai moo te quotation mai Tena Tusi Tapu, ko fai mo oso gali o te 2008. E lagona kii te uluulu lei ki te loto mo te mafaufau kae maise te
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        Talofa Laumua

        Fakafetai moo te quotation mai Tena Tusi Tapu, ko fai mo oso gali o te 2008. E lagona 'kii te uluulu 'lei ki te loto mo te mafaufau kae maise te agaaga. (Matou i Aukilani nei ko lasi te fakaaoga o politiki i te galuega a te Aliki).

        Anyway ke manuia te Tausaga fou.



        laumua_kofe <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
        Manuia te Tausaga Fou ki a koulua i loto nei, i Amelika, i Canada, i
        India, i Fiji, i NZ, Ausitalia, Hawaii,Tuvalu, mo nisi fenua aka.
        Tela ko teka atu te 2007 kae ko ulufale atu tatou ki te 2008. Tafaga
        foki te loa o te malaga, fiafia i nisi taimi, fanoanoa i nisi, moe
        atu nisi e pele i loto, kae fanau mai foki tupulaga fou. Oti atu
        foki a mea mua, kae ka saga atu tatou ki mea fou. Mafaufau aka la me
        se a te mea fou ka taumafai koe ki ei i te Tausaga Fou tenei.

        Te fuaiupu tenei mai i te Tusi Tapu ke fakaoso ei te malaga o te
        2008.

        The words of Psalm 51:10 "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew
        a steadfast spirit within me…" is a perfect and appropriate prayer
        as we enter into the New Year. Our relationship with God is most
        important in our spiritual journey. The key to life is that
        relationship and we need to keep it secure at all times. The writer
        was obviously aware of his frail nature as a person, and is looking
        to God for strength, support, wisdom, guidance and so forth. We are
        like the Psalmist, we tend to be easily distracted by the wonders and
        beauty of this world at the expense of our relationship with God.
        The distraction will cause us to drift further and further away from
        God. This prayer calls for God's intervention, "Create in me a pure
        heart…" it means a heart that longs for God, the desire and longing
        produces purity for purity of heart comes from God. My friends, we
        need God in our lives, simple as that. I have been in Ministry for
        almost thirty years and still would not survive without this prayer.
        Let us take this prayer with us in our journey this year and make it
        our own "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast
        spirit within me…"

        To all readers, May God be with you in your journey this year, a
        prosperous and a Happy one.

        Laumua





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      • Michael Sakaio
        Talofa. Ko moli atu foki loa fakamanuiaga ote tausaga fou kia koulua katoa. Ke manuia fakamoemoega ote tausaga fou. Mike, Pae, fanau Maryland, USA ... gali o
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          Talofa. Ko moli atu foki loa fakamanuiaga ote tausaga fou kia
          koulua katoa. Ke manuia fakamoemoega ote tausaga fou.

          Mike, Pae, fanau
          Maryland, USA

          --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, Mimosa Togialele
          <mimosa.togialele@...> wrote:
          >
          > Talofa Laumua
          >
          > Fakafetai moo te quotation mai Tena Tusi Tapu, ko fai mo oso
          gali o te 2008. E lagona 'kii te uluulu 'lei ki te loto mo te
          mafaufau kae maise te agaaga. (Matou i Aukilani nei ko lasi te
          fakaaoga o politiki i te galuega a te Aliki).
          >
          > Anyway ke manuia te Tausaga fou.
          >
          >
          >
          > laumua_kofe <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
          > Manuia te Tausaga Fou ki a koulua i loto nei, i Amelika, i
          Canada, i
          > India, i Fiji, i NZ, Ausitalia, Hawaii,Tuvalu, mo nisi fenua aka.
          > Tela ko teka atu te 2007 kae ko ulufale atu tatou ki te 2008.
          Tafaga
          > foki te loa o te malaga, fiafia i nisi taimi, fanoanoa i nisi, moe
          > atu nisi e pele i loto, kae fanau mai foki tupulaga fou. Oti atu
          > foki a mea mua, kae ka saga atu tatou ki mea fou. Mafaufau aka la
          me
          > se a te mea fou ka taumafai koe ki ei i te Tausaga Fou tenei.
          >
          > Te fuaiupu tenei mai i te Tusi Tapu ke fakaoso ei te malaga o te
          > 2008.
          >
          > The words of Psalm 51:10 "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and
          renew
          > a steadfast spirit within me…" is a perfect and appropriate prayer
          > as we enter into the New Year. Our relationship with God is most
          > important in our spiritual journey. The key to life is that
          > relationship and we need to keep it secure at all times. The
          writer
          > was obviously aware of his frail nature as a person, and is
          looking
          > to God for strength, support, wisdom, guidance and so forth. We
          are
          > like the Psalmist, we tend to be easily distracted by the wonders
          and
          > beauty of this world at the expense of our relationship with God.
          > The distraction will cause us to drift further and further away
          from
          > God. This prayer calls for God's intervention, "Create in me a
          pure
          > heart…" it means a heart that longs for God, the desire and
          longing
          > produces purity for purity of heart comes from God. My friends, we
          > need God in our lives, simple as that. I have been in Ministry for
          > almost thirty years and still would not survive without this
          prayer.
          > Let us take this prayer with us in our journey this year and make
          it
          > our own "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast
          > spirit within me…"
          >
          > To all readers, May God be with you in your journey this year, a
          > prosperous and a Happy one.
          >
          > Laumua
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
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          >
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        • laumua_kofe
          Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei, koulua kona ko leva seki toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te kaiga, talosia toe maua se avanoa ke toe fetaui
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            Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei, koulua kona ko leva seki
            toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te kaiga, talosia toe maua se
            avanoa ke toe fetaui aka ei tatou.

            Malo Jeff, ko gali te matamata o koulua i Cairns, te fakai e gali ki a
            au. Fetaui manafai e oko mai koulua, te kau tomino, konei e
            fakatalitali atu ke oko mai koulua.

            Talofa Mose, tela eiloa i a au e onoono ki kaumana, te kanase tela
            loa pela me nofo mau i luga i Cornwallis. Ta, amutia koutou e ota
            eiloa ki kanase fou kae momona aka foki. Kae logo atu foki i atule
            e sisi i luga aka o Auckland. E lasi te manuia i te feitu o koutou
            i kona. Kae tonu koe, a `desert lizards' ko te fina eiloa o te kau
            konei e o latou te fenua.

            Maumau ko se fetaui tatou i tau malaga tena, e tonu e tai mao eiloa
            17 to 18 hours drive from Mt. Isa. Cairns is a good place, tropical,
            plenty coconut, fish, breadfruit, taro. Jeff tena foki ne fano ki
            ei i aso malolo konei o kilokilo kae mafaufau. Take a quick tour if
            you have the time, good town to retire in.

            Malo Mimosa mo te "response", taumafai aka mai i konei i Aso Tapu
            takitasi o faulu se fekau toetoe mai i te Tusi Tapu, fesoasoani te
            malaga e loa, se sao se aso seai ne matagi mo kautaufa e fepaki mo
            tatou. Tena foki la te politiki e fai mai ei koe, e tonu eiloa tau
            mau. Hard to find a place (worse in the Churches) where there is no
            scheming, no politics, and is all about control, power, money, self,
            security etc. The question is, how do we deal with it. Remember the
            Parable of the Weeds (read Mtthew 13:24-30), Jesus wouldn't let the
            workers go pull up the weeds. He allowed it to grow together with
            the good crop. Good and bad will have to strive side by side
            unfortunately, and it has always been that way. Our role I suppose
            is to be faithful advocates of good. Not so much about changing the
            world immediately, but being persistent in the good we believe in as
            Christians. I know how frustrating it is to actually see things that
            don't look right and yet not able to do something to correct it.
            Laumua
          • samuelu samuelu
            Talofa Koulua, Ko fakamanuia atu foki kia koulua katoa fanau Tuvalu mote Tausaga Fou 2008 tenei ko sasale ei tatou. Ke manuia galuega mo akoakoga ko feagai mo
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              Talofa Koulua,
              Ko fakamanuia atu foki kia koulua katoa fanau Tuvalu
              mote Tausaga Fou 2008 tenei ko sasale ei tatou. Ke
              manuia galuega mo akoakoga ko feagai mo koulua ite
              kamataga o Tausaga Fou nei.
              Fakafetai Laumua mo muna-laakei ote Tausaga Fou tenei
              ko tuuvae taaua kiei.
              Sam Samuelu
              Hawaii, USA Tel:(808)699-7380

              --- Michael Sakaio <siavau05@...> wrote:

              > Talofa. Ko moli atu foki loa fakamanuiaga ote
              > tausaga fou kia
              > koulua katoa. Ke manuia fakamoemoega ote tausaga
              > fou.
              >
              > Mike, Pae, fanau
              > Maryland, USA
              >
              > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, Mimosa Togialele
              > <mimosa.togialele@...> wrote:
              > >
              > > Talofa Laumua
              > >
              > > Fakafetai moo te quotation mai Tena Tusi Tapu,
              > ko fai mo oso
              > gali o te 2008. E lagona 'kii te uluulu 'lei ki te
              > loto mo te
              > mafaufau kae maise te agaaga. (Matou i Aukilani nei
              > ko lasi te
              > fakaaoga o politiki i te galuega a te Aliki).
              > >
              > > Anyway ke manuia te Tausaga fou.
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > > laumua_kofe <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
              > > Manuia te Tausaga Fou ki a koulua i loto nei, i
              > Amelika, i
              > Canada, i
              > > India, i Fiji, i NZ, Ausitalia, Hawaii,Tuvalu, mo
              > nisi fenua aka.
              > > Tela ko teka atu te 2007 kae ko ulufale atu tatou
              > ki te 2008.
              > Tafaga
              > > foki te loa o te malaga, fiafia i nisi taimi,
              > fanoanoa i nisi, moe
              > > atu nisi e pele i loto, kae fanau mai foki
              > tupulaga fou. Oti atu
              > > foki a mea mua, kae ka saga atu tatou ki mea fou.
              > Mafaufau aka la
              > me
              > > se a te mea fou ka taumafai koe ki ei i te Tausaga
              > Fou tenei.
              > >
              > > Te fuaiupu tenei mai i te Tusi Tapu ke fakaoso ei
              > te malaga o te
              > > 2008.
              > >
              > > The words of Psalm 51:10 "Create in me a pure
              > heart, O God, and
              > renew
              > > a steadfast spirit within me…" is a perfect and
              > appropriate prayer
              > > as we enter into the New Year. Our relationship
              > with God is most
              > > important in our spiritual journey. The key to
              > life is that
              > > relationship and we need to keep it secure at all
              > times. The
              > writer
              > > was obviously aware of his frail nature as a
              > person, and is
              > looking
              > > to God for strength, support, wisdom, guidance and
              > so forth. We
              > are
              > > like the Psalmist, we tend to be easily distracted
              > by the wonders
              > and
              > > beauty of this world at the expense of our
              > relationship with God.
              > > The distraction will cause us to drift further and
              > further away
              > from
              > > God. This prayer calls for God's intervention,
              > "Create in me a
              > pure
              > > heart…" it means a heart that longs for God, the
              > desire and
              > longing
              > > produces purity for purity of heart comes from
              > God. My friends, we
              > > need God in our lives, simple as that. I have been
              > in Ministry for
              > > almost thirty years and still would not survive
              > without this
              > prayer.
              > > Let us take this prayer with us in our journey
              > this year and make
              > it
              > > our own "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and
              > renew a steadfast
              > > spirit within me…"
              > >
              > > To all readers, May God be with you in your
              > journey this year, a
              > > prosperous and a Happy one.
              > >
              > > Laumua
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > > Yahoo! Groups Links
              > >
              > >
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              > Mail now.
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            • stala_2007
              Talofa Laumua, pena hoki koutou katoa i te fale tiitii manatu tenei. Ke manuia te haelega o tatou katoa i te tauhaga fou tenei. Koa gali mana maua tele e tatou
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                Talofa Laumua, pena hoki koutou katoa i te fale tiitii manatu tenei.

                Ke manuia te haelega o tatou katoa i te tauhaga fou tenei. Koa gali
                mana maua tele e tatou ni fekau i Po Tapu taki tahi, pena mo tau hau.

                Kae pela mo te fakaaliga a Mimosa e uiga ki politiki i loto i te
                Galuega a te Aliki i Aukilani nei me ko Niusila kaatoa, kae pela hoki
                mo tau hau, all I can say is that whether one is a good crop or a
                weed, depends very much on where one stands in the turmoil curently
                being experienced by all Tuvalu Christians in Auckland. Ones' own
                perspective on changes that are happening and whether one accepts or
                remain adamant and resistence to such changes, determines whether one
                is a fully committed EKT member or an independent Tuvalu Christian
                member.

                My apology but it is hard to distinguish EKT members and non EKT
                members. To distinguish the two, I will take EKT members to mean all
                Tuvalu Christians in NZ who are serving God under our main EKT (in
                Tuvalu) and non EKT members to mean all Tuvalu Christians in NZ who
                are serving under any independent church or under the Independent EKT
                in Auckland.

                The advancement and rapid growth of God's work in New Zealand under
                EKT's Overseas Mission is looked upon by non EKT Christian members as
                trespassing and a threat. This is the main issue that we need to
                address.

                As you have previously stated Laumua, our people are free to decide
                which Church they want to serve God under and we must respect such
                choice. If this sinks in and touches our hearts, then politic or no
                politic, invicible barriers that sperate us are completely destroyed
                and hence, allowing us to walk hand in hand without causing any
                further turmoil within ourselves.

                Fetaui,

                Siliga Tala


                --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe" <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
                >
                > Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei, koulua kona ko leva
                seki
                > toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te kaiga, talosia toe maua
                se
                > avanoa ke toe fetaui aka ei tatou.
                >
                > Malo Jeff, ko gali te matamata o koulua i Cairns, te fakai e gali
                ki a
                > au. Fetaui manafai e oko mai koulua, te kau tomino, konei e
                > fakatalitali atu ke oko mai koulua.
                >
                > Talofa Mose, tela eiloa i a au e onoono ki kaumana, te kanase tela
                > loa pela me nofo mau i luga i Cornwallis. Ta, amutia koutou e ota
                > eiloa ki kanase fou kae momona aka foki. Kae logo atu foki i
                atule
                > e sisi i luga aka o Auckland. E lasi te manuia i te feitu o
                koutou
                > i kona. Kae tonu koe, a `desert lizards' ko te fina eiloa o te
                kau
                > konei e o latou te fenua.
                >
                > Maumau ko se fetaui tatou i tau malaga tena, e tonu e tai mao eiloa
                > 17 to 18 hours drive from Mt. Isa. Cairns is a good place,
                tropical,
                > plenty coconut, fish, breadfruit, taro. Jeff tena foki ne fano ki
                > ei i aso malolo konei o kilokilo kae mafaufau. Take a quick tour
                if
                > you have the time, good town to retire in.
                >
                > Malo Mimosa mo te "response", taumafai aka mai i konei i Aso Tapu
                > takitasi o faulu se fekau toetoe mai i te Tusi Tapu, fesoasoani te
                > malaga e loa, se sao se aso seai ne matagi mo kautaufa e fepaki mo
                > tatou. Tena foki la te politiki e fai mai ei koe, e tonu eiloa
                tau
                > mau. Hard to find a place (worse in the Churches) where there is
                no
                > scheming, no politics, and is all about control, power, money,
                self,
                > security etc. The question is, how do we deal with it. Remember
                the
                > Parable of the Weeds (read Mtthew 13:24-30), Jesus wouldn't let the
                > workers go pull up the weeds. He allowed it to grow together with
                > the good crop. Good and bad will have to strive side by side
                > unfortunately, and it has always been that way. Our role I suppose
                > is to be faithful advocates of good. Not so much about changing
                the
                > world immediately, but being persistent in the good we believe in
                as
                > Christians. I know how frustrating it is to actually see things
                that
                > don't look right and yet not able to do something to correct it.
                > Laumua
                >
              • laumua_kofe
                Malo Siliga Tala mo te fakaasiga, te politiki tela e fakauiga ne au ko te politiki saukatoa i lotu, fakapotopotoga, malo etc., kae seki manatu malosi au ki te
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                  Malo Siliga Tala mo te fakaasiga, te politiki tela e fakauiga ne au
                  ko te politiki saukatoa i lotu, fakapotopotoga, malo etc., kae seki
                  manatu malosi au ki te feitu tena e vau ei koe.

                  I te pukepuke atu mai i konei, ko oko eiloa i te faigata o fetaui
                  fola te kesekesega o manatu i Ekalesia kau i Tuvalu mo Ekalesia se
                  kau. Kafai e kilo tatou ki ei faka te tagata, e tumau te fifi mo te
                  faigata. Let us look at this issue from the Spiritual perspective.
                  God gave us the freedom to choose and to make our individual
                  decisions in life and he would not interfere. I suppose we should
                  view it from that perspective as well and respect the decisions
                  people make regarding where they want to affiliate to. And that is
                  after they have been provided with all the proper information etc.

                  I have been through such experiences; always devastating from a human
                  point of view. The only way to get over it is to view it from God's
                  perspective. Accept the choice people make; may be difficult at
                  first, but eventually should be OK.

                  Tena la, kafai e mafai o talia ne tatou te filifiliga a te tino ki te
                  koga e fia fano ki ei, kae se fakamafa i o'tou loto, ko gali kii
                  eiloa tena i te saelega a tatou i te Tausaga Fou tenei.

                  Siliga, Mimosa, sa to fakamafa malosi oulua mafaufau ki fuifaiga o te
                  olaga kona. E pena eiloa te lalolagi tenei e ola tatou i ei.
                  Manuia fakamoemoega o te 2008.

                  Laumua.



                  --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, stala_2007 <no_reply@...> wrote:
                  >
                  >
                  > Talofa Laumua, pena hoki koutou katoa i te fale tiitii manatu tenei.
                  >
                  > Ke manuia te haelega o tatou katoa i te tauhaga fou tenei. Koa gali
                  > mana maua tele e tatou ni fekau i Po Tapu taki tahi, pena mo tau
                  hau.
                  >
                  > Kae pela mo te fakaaliga a Mimosa e uiga ki politiki i loto i te
                  > Galuega a te Aliki i Aukilani nei me ko Niusila kaatoa, kae pela
                  hoki
                  > mo tau hau, all I can say is that whether one is a good crop or a
                  > weed, depends very much on where one stands in the turmoil curently
                  > being experienced by all Tuvalu Christians in Auckland. Ones' own
                  > perspective on changes that are happening and whether one accepts
                  or
                  > remain adamant and resistence to such changes, determines whether
                  one
                  > is a fully committed EKT member or an independent Tuvalu Christian
                  > member.
                  >
                  > My apology but it is hard to distinguish EKT members and non EKT
                  > members. To distinguish the two, I will take EKT members to mean
                  all
                  > Tuvalu Christians in NZ who are serving God under our main EKT (in
                  > Tuvalu) and non EKT members to mean all Tuvalu Christians in NZ who
                  > are serving under any independent church or under the Independent
                  EKT
                  > in Auckland.
                  >
                  > The advancement and rapid growth of God's work in New Zealand under
                  > EKT's Overseas Mission is looked upon by non EKT Christian members
                  as
                  > trespassing and a threat. This is the main issue that we need to
                  > address.
                  >
                  > As you have previously stated Laumua, our people are free to decide
                  > which Church they want to serve God under and we must respect such
                  > choice. If this sinks in and touches our hearts, then politic or no
                  > politic, invicible barriers that sperate us are completely
                  destroyed
                  > and hence, allowing us to walk hand in hand without causing any
                  > further turmoil within ourselves.
                  >
                  > Fetaui,
                  >
                  > Siliga Tala
                  >
                  >
                  > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe" <laumua_kofe@> wrote:
                  > >
                  > > Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei, koulua kona ko leva
                  > seki
                  > > toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te kaiga, talosia toe
                  maua
                  > se
                  > > avanoa ke toe fetaui aka ei tatou.
                  > >
                  > > Malo Jeff, ko gali te matamata o koulua i Cairns, te fakai e gali
                  > ki a
                  > > au. Fetaui manafai e oko mai koulua, te kau tomino, konei e
                  > > fakatalitali atu ke oko mai koulua.
                  > >
                  > > Talofa Mose, tela eiloa i a au e onoono ki kaumana, te kanase
                  tela
                  > > loa pela me nofo mau i luga i Cornwallis. Ta, amutia koutou e
                  ota
                  > > eiloa ki kanase fou kae momona aka foki. Kae logo atu foki i
                  > atule
                  > > e sisi i luga aka o Auckland. E lasi te manuia i te feitu o
                  > koutou
                  > > i kona. Kae tonu koe, a `desert lizards' ko te fina eiloa o te
                  > kau
                  > > konei e o latou te fenua.
                  > >
                  > > Maumau ko se fetaui tatou i tau malaga tena, e tonu e tai mao
                  eiloa
                  > > 17 to 18 hours drive from Mt. Isa. Cairns is a good place,
                  > tropical,
                  > > plenty coconut, fish, breadfruit, taro. Jeff tena foki ne fano
                  ki
                  > > ei i aso malolo konei o kilokilo kae mafaufau. Take a quick tour
                  > if
                  > > you have the time, good town to retire in.
                  > >
                  > > Malo Mimosa mo te "response", taumafai aka mai i konei i Aso
                  Tapu
                  > > takitasi o faulu se fekau toetoe mai i te Tusi Tapu, fesoasoani
                  te
                  > > malaga e loa, se sao se aso seai ne matagi mo kautaufa e fepaki
                  mo
                  > > tatou. Tena foki la te politiki e fai mai ei koe, e tonu eiloa
                  > tau
                  > > mau. Hard to find a place (worse in the Churches) where there is
                  > no
                  > > scheming, no politics, and is all about control, power, money,
                  > self,
                  > > security etc. The question is, how do we deal with it. Remember
                  > the
                  > > Parable of the Weeds (read Mtthew 13:24-30), Jesus wouldn't let
                  the
                  > > workers go pull up the weeds. He allowed it to grow together
                  with
                  > > the good crop. Good and bad will have to strive side by side
                  > > unfortunately, and it has always been that way. Our role I
                  suppose
                  > > is to be faithful advocates of good. Not so much about changing
                  > the
                  > > world immediately, but being persistent in the good we believe in
                  > as
                  > > Christians. I know how frustrating it is to actually see things
                  > that
                  > > don't look right and yet not able to do something to correct it.
                  > > Laumua
                  > >
                  >
                • stala_2007
                  Talofa Laumua, Fakafetai mo te tali mai, kae hili kou views i te pulaga faka te Agaaga. E tonu `kii au fakaaliga kae pela hoki ailoa mo taku fanatu, e tatau
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                    Talofa Laumua,

                    Fakafetai mo te tali mai, kae hili kou views i te pulaga faka te
                    Agaaga. E tonu `kii au fakaaliga kae pela hoki ailoa mo taku fanatu,
                    e tatau ailoa o talia kaatoatoa e tino o tatou a mafulifuliga o po
                    nei.

                    A te fakalavelave, ko te gaa`luega o tino i konei o `foki ki te EKT,
                    pela mo te `foki o ni tino Vaitupu o ola tavini atu ki te Aliki i
                    lalo o te EKT, e lahi te muimuiga e fai ki te feitu tena. Kae pela
                    ailoa mo tau hau kae tenei e support atu e aku mai konei, e tatau o
                    talia kaatoatoa e latou kola e muimui a mafulifuliga o po nei, kae o
                    faka taulia e latou i te agaaga o te loto lelei mo te loto Kelisiano
                    tonu.

                    Siliga


                    --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe" <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
                    >
                    > Malo Siliga Tala mo te fakaasiga, te politiki tela e fakauiga ne au
                    > ko te politiki saukatoa i lotu, fakapotopotoga, malo etc., kae seki
                    > manatu malosi au ki te feitu tena e vau ei koe.
                    >
                    > I te pukepuke atu mai i konei, ko oko eiloa i te faigata o fetaui
                    > fola te kesekesega o manatu i Ekalesia kau i Tuvalu mo Ekalesia se
                    > kau. Kafai e kilo tatou ki ei faka te tagata, e tumau te fifi mo
                    te
                    > faigata. Let us look at this issue from the Spiritual
                    perspective.
                    > God gave us the freedom to choose and to make our individual
                    > decisions in life and he would not interfere. I suppose we should
                    > view it from that perspective as well and respect the decisions
                    > people make regarding where they want to affiliate to. And that is
                    > after they have been provided with all the proper information etc.
                    >
                    > I have been through such experiences; always devastating from a
                    human
                    > point of view. The only way to get over it is to view it from
                    God's
                    > perspective. Accept the choice people make; may be difficult at
                    > first, but eventually should be OK.
                    >
                    > Tena la, kafai e mafai o talia ne tatou te filifiliga a te tino ki
                    te
                    > koga e fia fano ki ei, kae se fakamafa i o'tou loto, ko gali kii
                    > eiloa tena i te saelega a tatou i te Tausaga Fou tenei.
                    >
                    > Siliga, Mimosa, sa to fakamafa malosi oulua mafaufau ki fuifaiga o
                    te
                    > olaga kona. E pena eiloa te lalolagi tenei e ola tatou i ei.
                    > Manuia fakamoemoega o te 2008.
                    >
                    > Laumua.
                    >
                    >
                    >
                    > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, stala_2007 <no_reply@> wrote:
                    > >
                    > >
                    > > Talofa Laumua, pena hoki koutou katoa i te fale tiitii manatu
                    tenei.
                    > >
                    > > Ke manuia te haelega o tatou katoa i te tauhaga fou tenei. Koa
                    gali
                    > > mana maua tele e tatou ni fekau i Po Tapu taki tahi, pena mo tau
                    > hau.
                    > >
                    > > Kae pela mo te fakaaliga a Mimosa e uiga ki politiki i loto i te
                    > > Galuega a te Aliki i Aukilani nei me ko Niusila kaatoa, kae pela
                    > hoki
                    > > mo tau hau, all I can say is that whether one is a good crop or a
                    > > weed, depends very much on where one stands in the turmoil
                    curently
                    > > being experienced by all Tuvalu Christians in Auckland. Ones' own
                    > > perspective on changes that are happening and whether one accepts
                    > or
                    > > remain adamant and resistence to such changes, determines whether
                    > one
                    > > is a fully committed EKT member or an independent Tuvalu
                    Christian
                    > > member.
                    > >
                    > > My apology but it is hard to distinguish EKT members and non EKT
                    > > members. To distinguish the two, I will take EKT members to mean
                    > all
                    > > Tuvalu Christians in NZ who are serving God under our main EKT
                    (in
                    > > Tuvalu) and non EKT members to mean all Tuvalu Christians in NZ
                    who
                    > > are serving under any independent church or under the Independent
                    > EKT
                    > > in Auckland.
                    > >
                    > > The advancement and rapid growth of God's work in New Zealand
                    under
                    > > EKT's Overseas Mission is looked upon by non EKT Christian
                    members
                    > as
                    > > trespassing and a threat. This is the main issue that we need to
                    > > address.
                    > >
                    > > As you have previously stated Laumua, our people are free to
                    decide
                    > > which Church they want to serve God under and we must respect
                    such
                    > > choice. If this sinks in and touches our hearts, then politic or
                    no
                    > > politic, invicible barriers that sperate us are completely
                    > destroyed
                    > > and hence, allowing us to walk hand in hand without causing any
                    > > further turmoil within ourselves.
                    > >
                    > > Fetaui,
                    > >
                    > > Siliga Tala
                    > >
                    > >
                    > > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe" <laumua_kofe@>
                    wrote:
                    > > >
                    > > > Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei, koulua kona ko leva
                    > > seki
                    > > > toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te kaiga, talosia toe
                    > maua
                    > > se
                    > > > avanoa ke toe fetaui aka ei tatou.
                    > > >
                    > > > Malo Jeff, ko gali te matamata o koulua i Cairns, te fakai e
                    gali
                    > > ki a
                    > > > au. Fetaui manafai e oko mai koulua, te kau tomino, konei e
                    > > > fakatalitali atu ke oko mai koulua.
                    > > >
                    > > > Talofa Mose, tela eiloa i a au e onoono ki kaumana, te kanase
                    > tela
                    > > > loa pela me nofo mau i luga i Cornwallis. Ta, amutia koutou e
                    > ota
                    > > > eiloa ki kanase fou kae momona aka foki. Kae logo atu foki i
                    > > atule
                    > > > e sisi i luga aka o Auckland. E lasi te manuia i te feitu o
                    > > koutou
                    > > > i kona. Kae tonu koe, a `desert lizards' ko te fina eiloa o
                    te
                    > > kau
                    > > > konei e o latou te fenua.
                    > > >
                    > > > Maumau ko se fetaui tatou i tau malaga tena, e tonu e tai mao
                    > eiloa
                    > > > 17 to 18 hours drive from Mt. Isa. Cairns is a good place,
                    > > tropical,
                    > > > plenty coconut, fish, breadfruit, taro. Jeff tena foki ne
                    fano
                    > ki
                    > > > ei i aso malolo konei o kilokilo kae mafaufau. Take a quick
                    tour
                    > > if
                    > > > you have the time, good town to retire in.
                    > > >
                    > > > Malo Mimosa mo te "response", taumafai aka mai i konei i Aso
                    > Tapu
                    > > > takitasi o faulu se fekau toetoe mai i te Tusi Tapu,
                    fesoasoani
                    > te
                    > > > malaga e loa, se sao se aso seai ne matagi mo kautaufa e fepaki
                    > mo
                    > > > tatou. Tena foki la te politiki e fai mai ei koe, e tonu
                    eiloa
                    > > tau
                    > > > mau. Hard to find a place (worse in the Churches) where there
                    is
                    > > no
                    > > > scheming, no politics, and is all about control, power, money,
                    > > self,
                    > > > security etc. The question is, how do we deal with it.
                    Remember
                    > > the
                    > > > Parable of the Weeds (read Mtthew 13:24-30), Jesus wouldn't let
                    > the
                    > > > workers go pull up the weeds. He allowed it to grow together
                    > with
                    > > > the good crop. Good and bad will have to strive side by side
                    > > > unfortunately, and it has always been that way. Our role I
                    > suppose
                    > > > is to be faithful advocates of good. Not so much about
                    changing
                    > > the
                    > > > world immediately, but being persistent in the good we believe
                    in
                    > > as
                    > > > Christians. I know how frustrating it is to actually see
                    things
                    > > that
                    > > > don't look right and yet not able to do something to correct
                    it.
                    > > > Laumua
                    > > >
                    > >
                    >
                  • Alamatiga Lusama
                    Talofa Taina, Tuagaene mo Takaga Tuvalu ite Neti o Fesokotakiga tenei, Fakafetai tatou kite alofa mote aga lei ote Atua ko aulia manuia ne tatou ate tausaga
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                      Talofa Taina, Tuagaene mo Takaga Tuvalu ite 'Neti o Fesokotakiga' tenei,

                      Fakafetai tatou kite alofa mote aga'lei ote Atua ko aulia manuia ne tatou ate tausaga fou tenei 2008 i tena tausiga. Fakafetai foki mo fakamanuiaga, manatu titi kae maise te fekau fesoasoani mai ite suuga ia Laumua mo te tausaga fou tenei ka sasale atu iei tatou, malo Laumua.

                      Ko fakaoko atu foki mai konei a alofaga mo fakamanuiaga kia koulua katoa fanau Tuvalu konei i loto ite neti tenei, ke manuia aulua fakamoemoega mo te tausaga fou tenei ite alofa mote 'kau fakatasi mai o 'tou Aliki. E pela eiloa mo ana muna; "Kafai e nofo tonu ate Tufuga fai-fale i tena nofooga, kae mafai foki o tu faka'lei ate fale." (paraphrase) Kae kafai la e se fakaaoga ne tatou ate Tufuga kae tasi faka'tu eiloa a 'tou fale ki 'tou iloa, 'tou poto mo 'tou malosi, io ia tela e siga vave, io me e piko, io me e se mafai eiloa o oti faka'lei.

                      Ke manuia te lukuga!

                      Alamatinga Lusama

                      samuelu samuelu <ss3342000@...> wrote:
                      Talofa Koulua,
                      Ko fakamanuia atu foki kia koulua katoa fanau Tuvalu
                      mote Tausaga Fou 2008 tenei ko sasale ei tatou. Ke
                      manuia galuega mo akoakoga ko feagai mo koulua ite
                      kamataga o Tausaga Fou nei.
                      Fakafetai Laumua mo muna-laakei ote Tausaga Fou tenei
                      ko tuuvae taaua kiei.
                      Sam Samuelu
                      Hawaii, USA Tel:(808)699-7380

                      --- Michael Sakaio <siavau05@...> wrote:

                      > Talofa. Ko moli atu foki loa fakamanuiaga ote
                      > tausaga fou kia
                      > koulua katoa. Ke manuia fakamoemoega ote tausaga
                      > fou.
                      >
                      > Mike, Pae, fanau
                      > Maryland, USA
                      >
                      > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, Mimosa Togialele
                      > <mimosa.togialele@...> wrote:
                      > >
                      > > Talofa Laumua
                      > >
                      > > Fakafetai moo te quotation mai Tena Tusi Tapu,
                      > ko fai mo oso
                      > gali o te 2008. E lagona 'kii te uluulu 'lei ki te
                      > loto mo te
                      > mafaufau kae maise te agaaga. (Matou i Aukilani nei
                      > ko lasi te
                      > fakaaoga o politiki i te galuega a te Aliki).
                      > >
                      > > Anyway ke manuia te Tausaga fou.
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > > laumua_kofe <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
                      > > Manuia te Tausaga Fou ki a koulua i loto nei, i
                      > Amelika, i
                      > Canada, i
                      > > India, i Fiji, i NZ, Ausitalia, Hawaii,Tuvalu, mo
                      > nisi fenua aka.
                      > > Tela ko teka atu te 2007 kae ko ulufale atu tatou
                      > ki te 2008.
                      > Tafaga
                      > > foki te loa o te malaga, fiafia i nisi taimi,
                      > fanoanoa i nisi, moe
                      > > atu nisi e pele i loto, kae fanau mai foki
                      > tupulaga fou. Oti atu
                      > > foki a mea mua, kae ka saga atu tatou ki mea fou.
                      > Mafaufau aka la
                      > me
                      > > se a te mea fou ka taumafai koe ki ei i te Tausaga
                      > Fou tenei.
                      > >
                      > > Te fuaiupu tenei mai i te Tusi Tapu ke fakaoso ei
                      > te malaga o te
                      > > 2008.
                      > >
                      > > The words of Psalm 51:10 "Create in me a pure
                      > heart, O God, and
                      > renew
                      > > a steadfast spirit within me…" is a perfect and
                      > appropriate prayer
                      > > as we enter into the New Year. Our relationship
                      > with God is most
                      > > important in our spiritual journey. The key to
                      > life is that
                      > > relationship and we need to keep it secure at all
                      > times. The
                      > writer
                      > > was obviously aware of his frail nature as a
                      > person, and is
                      > looking
                      > > to God for strength, support, wisdom, guidance and
                      > so forth. We
                      > are
                      > > like the Psalmist, we tend to be easily distracted
                      > by the wonders
                      > and
                      > > beauty of this world at the expense of our
                      > relationship with God.
                      > > The distraction will cause us to drift further and
                      > further away
                      > from
                      > > God. This prayer calls for God's intervention,
                      > "Create in me a
                      > pure
                      > > heart…" it means a heart that longs for God, the
                      > desire and
                      > longing
                      > > produces purity for purity of heart comes from
                      > God. My friends, we
                      > > need God in our lives, simple as that. I have been
                      > in Ministry for
                      > > almost thirty years and still would not survive
                      > without this
                      > prayer.
                      > > Let us take this prayer with us in our journey
                      > this year and make
                      > it
                      > > our own "Create in me a pure heart, O God, and
                      > renew a steadfast
                      > > spirit within me…"
                      > >
                      > > To all readers, May God be with you in your
                      > journey this year, a
                      > > prosperous and a Happy one.
                      > >
                      > > Laumua
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > > Yahoo! Groups Links
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
                      > >
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                    • Mr T M
                      Thanks da Lord for 2007. May your god (Jesus, Jehovah, Allah, Buddha, Muhammed, Joseph Smith, Bahaullah etc...) be with u, guide u and assist each and everyone
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                        Thanks da Lord for 2007.

                        May your god (Jesus, Jehovah, Allah, Buddha, Muhammed,
                        Joseph Smith, Bahaullah etc...) be with u, guide u and
                        assist each and everyone of u in this new year 2008.


                        --- stala_2007 <no_reply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

                        >
                        > Talofa Laumua,
                        >
                        > Fakafetai mo te tali mai, kae hili kou views i te
                        > pulaga faka te
                        > Agaaga. E tonu `kii au fakaaliga kae pela hoki ailoa
                        > mo taku fanatu,
                        > e tatau ailoa o talia kaatoatoa e tino o tatou a
                        > mafulifuliga o po
                        > nei.
                        >
                        > A te fakalavelave, ko te gaa`luega o tino i konei o
                        > `foki ki te EKT,
                        > pela mo te `foki o ni tino Vaitupu o ola tavini atu
                        > ki te Aliki i
                        > lalo o te EKT, e lahi te muimuiga e fai ki te feitu
                        > tena. Kae pela
                        > ailoa mo tau hau kae tenei e support atu e aku mai
                        > konei, e tatau o
                        > talia kaatoatoa e latou kola e muimui a mafulifuliga
                        > o po nei, kae o
                        > faka taulia e latou i te agaaga o te loto lelei mo
                        > te loto Kelisiano
                        > tonu.
                        >
                        > Siliga
                        >
                        >
                        > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe"
                        > <laumua_kofe@...> wrote:
                        > >
                        > > Malo Siliga Tala mo te fakaasiga, te politiki tela
                        > e fakauiga ne au
                        > > ko te politiki saukatoa i lotu, fakapotopotoga,
                        > malo etc., kae seki
                        > > manatu malosi au ki te feitu tena e vau ei koe.
                        > >
                        > > I te pukepuke atu mai i konei, ko oko eiloa i te
                        > faigata o fetaui
                        > > fola te kesekesega o manatu i Ekalesia kau i
                        > Tuvalu mo Ekalesia se
                        > > kau. Kafai e kilo tatou ki ei faka te tagata, e
                        > tumau te fifi mo
                        > te
                        > > faigata. Let us look at this issue from the
                        > Spiritual
                        > perspective.
                        > > God gave us the freedom to choose and to make our
                        > individual
                        > > decisions in life and he would not interfere. I
                        > suppose we should
                        > > view it from that perspective as well and respect
                        > the decisions
                        > > people make regarding where they want to affiliate
                        > to. And that is
                        > > after they have been provided with all the proper
                        > information etc.
                        > >
                        > > I have been through such experiences; always
                        > devastating from a
                        > human
                        > > point of view. The only way to get over it is to
                        > view it from
                        > God's
                        > > perspective. Accept the choice people make; may
                        > be difficult at
                        > > first, but eventually should be OK.
                        > >
                        > > Tena la, kafai e mafai o talia ne tatou te
                        > filifiliga a te tino ki
                        > te
                        > > koga e fia fano ki ei, kae se fakamafa i o'tou
                        > loto, ko gali kii
                        > > eiloa tena i te saelega a tatou i te Tausaga Fou
                        > tenei.
                        > >
                        > > Siliga, Mimosa, sa to fakamafa malosi oulua
                        > mafaufau ki fuifaiga o
                        > te
                        > > olaga kona. E pena eiloa te lalolagi tenei e ola
                        > tatou i ei.
                        > > Manuia fakamoemoega o te 2008.
                        > >
                        > > Laumua.
                        > >
                        > >
                        > >
                        > > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, stala_2007
                        > <no_reply@> wrote:
                        > > >
                        > > >
                        > > > Talofa Laumua, pena hoki koutou katoa i te fale
                        > tiitii manatu
                        > tenei.
                        > > >
                        > > > Ke manuia te haelega o tatou katoa i te tauhaga
                        > fou tenei. Koa
                        > gali
                        > > > mana maua tele e tatou ni fekau i Po Tapu taki
                        > tahi, pena mo tau
                        > > hau.
                        > > >
                        > > > Kae pela mo te fakaaliga a Mimosa e uiga ki
                        > politiki i loto i te
                        > > > Galuega a te Aliki i Aukilani nei me ko Niusila
                        > kaatoa, kae pela
                        > > hoki
                        > > > mo tau hau, all I can say is that whether one is
                        > a good crop or a
                        > > > weed, depends very much on where one stands in
                        > the turmoil
                        > curently
                        > > > being experienced by all Tuvalu Christians in
                        > Auckland. Ones' own
                        > > > perspective on changes that are happening and
                        > whether one accepts
                        > > or
                        > > > remain adamant and resistence to such changes,
                        > determines whether
                        > > one
                        > > > is a fully committed EKT member or an
                        > independent Tuvalu
                        > Christian
                        > > > member.
                        > > >
                        > > > My apology but it is hard to distinguish EKT
                        > members and non EKT
                        > > > members. To distinguish the two, I will take EKT
                        > members to mean
                        > > all
                        > > > Tuvalu Christians in NZ who are serving God
                        > under our main EKT
                        > (in
                        > > > Tuvalu) and non EKT members to mean all Tuvalu
                        > Christians in NZ
                        > who
                        > > > are serving under any independent church or
                        > under the Independent
                        > > EKT
                        > > > in Auckland.
                        > > >
                        > > > The advancement and rapid growth of God's work
                        > in New Zealand
                        > under
                        > > > EKT's Overseas Mission is looked upon by non EKT
                        > Christian
                        > members
                        > > as
                        > > > trespassing and a threat. This is the main issue
                        > that we need to
                        > > > address.
                        > > >
                        > > > As you have previously stated Laumua, our people
                        > are free to
                        > decide
                        > > > which Church they want to serve God under and we
                        > must respect
                        > such
                        > > > choice. If this sinks in and touches our hearts,
                        > then politic or
                        > no
                        > > > politic, invicible barriers that sperate us are
                        > completely
                        > > destroyed
                        > > > and hence, allowing us to walk hand in hand
                        > without causing any
                        > > > further turmoil within ourselves.
                        > > >
                        > > > Fetaui,
                        > > >
                        > > > Siliga Tala
                        > > >
                        > > >
                        > > > --- In Tuvalu2@yahoogroups.com, "laumua_kofe"
                        > <laumua_kofe@>
                        > wrote:
                        > > > >
                        > > > > Gali te titi manatu, sautala, fetaui penei,
                        > koulua kona ko leva
                        > > > seki
                        > > > > toe fetaui, malo mo te avanoa. Mike mo te
                        > kaiga, talosia toe
                        > > maua
                        > > > se
                        > > > > avanoa ke toe fetaui aka ei tatou.
                        > > > >
                        > > > > Malo Jeff, ko gali te matamata o koulua i
                        > Cairns, te fakai e
                        > gali
                        > > > ki a
                        > > > > au. Fetaui manafai e oko mai koulua, te kau
                        > tomino, konei e
                        > > > > fakatalitali atu ke oko mai koulua.
                        > > > >
                        > > > > Talofa Mose, tela eiloa i a au e onoono ki
                        > kaumana, te kanase
                        > > tela
                        > > > > loa pela me nofo mau i luga i Cornwallis. Ta,
                        > amutia koutou e
                        > > ota
                        > > > > eiloa ki kanase fou kae momona aka foki. Kae
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