How aloha can help you accept the differences of others and love better

Today I interviewed my friend Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell about her aloha praxis (faith put into action). Check out the video to learn how you might incorporate aloha into your own life, or research the practices that are a part of your own ancestry.


The purpose of this video is to encourage individuals to find the faithful practices that work for them (both in and outside of church buildings). The more we learn about how others love and intentionally work on their implicit biases, the more ideas we have about how we can improve our own life and praxis.


If the video inspires you, comment below about practices that are important in your life and ancestry.

You can learn more about Gerry Ebalaroza-Tunnell by visiting her website at: https://www.co3consulting.net/who-are-we

©2019 by the Rev. Dr. Megan Rohrer