Maui Media, LLC, is a media and publishing company dedicated to raising planetary consciousness by helping individuals raise their own consciousness. We publish information ranging from dog cancer to Maui restaurants.
We connect you to media – books, movies, websites – that wake you up, uplift, inspire, and get the blood pumping. We’re interested in making the world a better place, and we (literally) work 24 hours a day to make it happen.
We’re as close to a virtual company as you can come. A handful of full-time employees work on the paradise island of Maui, Hawaii. Writers, designers, coders, accountants, and interns work all over the country and the world. No matter what time of day it is, there’s someone working on at least one Maui Media project.
There are many people with great ideas, fantastic books, and inspiring stories, and it’s our job to make sure that you hear about them. Cutting edge technology, good old-fashioned PR, enthusiasm and passion are put into action so that you hear about projects, films, books, and services that make a direct difference in your life.
We do all of this from a real sense of “Aloha.”
Here in Hawaii, Aloha means more than “hello” or “goodbye” (although it means both).
Aloha is about mutual respect and affection. It’s warmth and caring for the sake of warmth and caring – there is no obligation to return Aloha. It’s a gift two people – and in Hawaii, the entire community – share.
When you “Live Aloha,” you engage in relationships in which every person is valued and honored.
Aloha is very, very big. I grew up in DC, and I felt Aloha in the National Cathedral as a child – though I didn’t call it that then.
Aloha is probably what you felt at the end of An Inconvenient Truth. That together, we can – and do – make a difference to the entire world.
There’s actually an “Aloha Spirit Law” in Hawaii. Legislators in this state are instructed to consider the following acronymn whenever they perform their duties:
A is for AKAHAI, meaning kindness, to be expressed with a feeling of tenderness.
L is for LÔKAHI, meaning unity, to be expressed with a feeling of harmony.
O is for `OLU`OLU, meaning agreeable, to be expressed with a feeling of pleasantness.
H stands for HA`AHA`A, meaning humility, to be expressed with a feeling of modesty.
A stands for AHONUI, meaning patient, to be applied with perseverance.
When you Live Aloha, you gain a deep sense of belonging to a community and caring for each other. Forgetting to Live Aloha can lead to big, bad trouble.
The film An Inconvenient Truth offers compelling evidence that we are one big global family. And we’re at risk of losing our home.
I’m pleased and proud of this website and our company. For more information on our projects, titles, please visit http://mauimedia.com.
With Warm Aloha ,
Maui Media, LLC