the sea is always yearning

Quotes for the Signs
  • Aries : "Monsters don't live happily ever after but when your lips brushed against his, you almost believed you could."
  • Taurus : "Maybe I love too much and maybe I show too little."
  • Gemini : "She exhaled her darkness like constellations."
  • Cancer : "I like the sea we understand each other.It is always yearning, sighing for something it cannot have and so am I."
  • Leo : "You may shoot me with your words, you may cut me with your eyes, you may kill me with your hatefulness. But still, like air, I'll rise."
  • Virgo : "My love for beautiful words became an addiction. That's why even your lies sounded sweet."
  • Libra : "Stars got tangled in her hair, whenever she played in the sky."
  • Scorpio : "My pain was never beautiful or poetic. It was answering the phone mid breakdown and laughing like I was fine."
  • Sagittarius : "So here you are, too foreign for home, too foreign for here, never enough for both."
  • Capricorn : "Do not awaken galaxies inside of someone if you are not even fond of the stars."
  • Aquarius : "You think everyone has the same heart as you and that's what's gonna fuck you up."
  • Pisces : "I cannot make you understand, I cannot make anybody understand what is happening inside me. I cannot even explain it to myself."

I’m really tired of hearing people complain that they’re disappointed about “Moana” not having a traditional love story like other Disney movies. Maybe not traditional, but there was a huge love story. She was in love with her island, the sea, and her people. As a Pacific Islander, we relate to this movie- not only because it is about our Polynesian heritage; but because we all have a strong love for both our land and sea. Our hearts will always yearn for them, no matter where we are in the world. Pacific Islanders are known for being voyagers, our ancestors were probably the best navigators. Thanks to the legacies of Mau Piailug and Nainoa Thompson, our keiki are able to learn how to navigate by our heavens, sea, and animals. Thanks to our ancestors, that have fought to continue our Hula and ʻŌlelo through Hālau and Ke Kula. I am so beyond proud and grateful of my Polynesian heritage, we are all fighting against extinction and the fire is still burning within. “We tell the stories of our elders in a never-ending chain.”