Envisioning Waipahu to be one of the most technologically intelligent towns in Hawaii
Vividly, it was a treat remembering my first visit to Waipahu. It was on a Sunday and my family was attending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on the corner of Farrington Highway and Kahualii Street.
At the end of the church service, I learned that other ethnicities such as Filipino, Hawaiian, Caucasian, Tongan, and Marshallese are utilizing the same building to do their worship on a scheduled timeframe. Each congregation was called Ward. Although I was attending the church service in the Tongan Ward, I experienced three things that were unique to me at that time - Welcomeness, Security, and Belonging!
Waipahu is populated with a lot of people that believe in God. There are many churches of different beliefs located around Waipahu.
I was happy to walk and hand out mother's day flyers to some of the homes. It was noble to speak to some of the mothers and some of their family members. Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family or individual, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.
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