McKenzie from Auckland has a quote for us, never stop changing, never stop learning. Though there are ups and downs wherever we go, we need to understand different perspectives and evolve together #HSseedsofhope #honeyandsoul #quotes #inspirationalquotes #quoteoftheday #love #peace #hope #newzealand #photooftheday #aesthetic
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I was going to eat Brenda’s fingers 😂😂 @brnda.vz 人の指食べようとする癖が付いてて大変なってる #newzealand #memories
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CLAOPATRA 2525 New Zeeland 2000 Jennifer Sky: Cleopatra Gina Torres: Hel Victoria Pratt: Sarge #cleopatra #hel #sarge #tv #series #telefilm #newzealand #future #2000 #heroines #inspiration #mood #hair #woman #bleach
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#Repost @chancesb with @get_repost ・・・ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #뉴질랜드 멋진 #워킹맘 📱♥️ #브런치 먹으며 나누는 #비즈니스 #미팅 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ 뉴질랜드 #줌스타그램 #유학생 #뉴질시민 함께 #소#소통 하며 📱스마트하게 돈 벌어요 ~ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ 문의는 DM 또는 카톡. KakaoTalk: kittykatt11 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #애둘엄마 #열정맘 #꿈이있는엄마 ⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Albany #알바니 #노스쇼어 #northshore #newzealand #투잡맘 #비즈니스맘 #인#인스타굿 #뷰티서포터즈 #H_group #글로벌비즈니스 #인스타굿 #맞팔 #팔로우 #소통
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Tū whitia te hopo! . I attended a Te Reo Māori class today with my friend @mysandyboots ! This was the first class of four that will be for free and offered to anyone interested in learning more about the Māori culture and language. A small business owner who is native himself decided to offer the idea out and expected maybe about half a dozen people to show up. Instead there was a high school auditorium full. . It was so neat to sit there and learn not only the language but the culture too. He told a story about Māui and his brothers who liked to fish. His brothers always told Māui he was too young to go fishing and never took him out. Māui, after being told no again and again, finally conjured up a plan to secretly get on the boat. When the boat was too far from the shore, Māui revealed himself. They were mad and told him he wouldn’t catch anything. He said he’d catch the most fish than his brothers ever did. His brothers laughed, told him to catch a piece of driftwood to float home on and refused to give him bait. Māui got so mad, he punched himself in the nose and his hook became covered in his own blood. He took the line, spun it out to sea and instantly the bait was taken. His brothers told him to cut the line as the pull was strong but Māui refused and slowly, solely pulled the line up. The giant fish shadowed their canoe. Māui, delighted, went to shore to get help with the fish and told his brothers to watch over it. As soon as Māui left though, they chopped up the fish, fighting over which parts were their own. Māui returned with his people who said Māui was the “greatest fisherman ever” and they all took note at the brothers who were only filled with greed. . Māui went against the grain, against the odds and took the chance of risk to gain a beautiful experience and meal. The fish’s flesh became mountains, which over thousands of years became Aotearoa. The giant fish became known as the North Island and Māui’s canoe the South Island. The saying Tū Whitia Te Hopo, means “feel the fear... & do it anyway!” . I couldn’t think of a better place to call my new home.
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