Consider today the indigionous Hawaiian prayer of forgiveness: Ho’oponopono.

Ho‘oponopono comes from ho‘o (to make) and pono (right, in balance). The repetition of the word pono means “doubly right” and is used to bring a group or ‘Ohana (family) (or even an individual) back in balance. “It is much bigger to forgive than to carry the burden of blame.”

Ho’oponopono (prayer) | I’m sorry, Please forgive me, Thank you, I love you.

Quote and information from Kumu Sabra Kauka | Hawaiian Historian, Educator, and Activist.

[Ho’oponopono: HO-oh-Po-no-Po-no, ‘Ohana: oh-hah-nah]