Conclusion 🙏

Diving in one last time to honor the actors, Jennie said to Mel, "If she can't draw him in then there is nothing I can say or do that would. "  Norbert chimed in, "I was only interested in his airplanes".   Mel required Jennie and Norbert to go over their skit scripts and limits. 

In the captain's quarters out of sight, Jennie and Norbert provided Mel details.  From start to finish the goal, objective, and results was a very old childhood game found in all cultures.  The Kaua'i actors played their roles for the preservation of human relations.

Their skit fell apart early when Linda did not understand why we clapped hands together, Namaste.  She asked others, they did not know what it meant.  Starry eyed lust was required to complete their enlightenment skit, lessons already learned I did not want to replay, their judgments not defining, their role offered refused.

Namaste came to English fairly recently.  Asian heritage Namaste is a form expressed in all civilizations, "Let's be friends".  Namaste is an umbrella force that lets you see the colors of those around you.  Two people raise their hands and clap them together.  Game on.   Jennie and Norbert conveyed skit formats malleable for Silverado.  Six years in Hawaii, island fever, engineering degrees completed, it was time for Newport Beach CA, from East Crossing West, Asia to Mainland USA.

Game over.  Mel, "I thought we had him, then he was onto us, he was to to smart for us."  Mel was right, they did have me, individuals with a beautiful ranch, sailing ship and each a manicured character in a play.  Exit stage left, end of skit, no new friend presented and one never appeared.  Actors on a stage.

After Game Over, George brought Shelly to me requesting we hookup.  I said no with no explanation provided.  He shook his head in wonderment, he had good intentions.  In staging a fake car accident Shelly, a former renter, inadvertently and without malice caused Hawaiian undercover cops to knock at my door, hogtied my friend visiting from Asia and molest her.   Guns drawn, no way to protect her.  Shelly severed friendships, Lorie answered Moksha and opened Orange CA.
Full circle, from skit start to skit end.  Shelly won her court case and bought a motorcycle. 
She loved driving around Honolulu in her bikini.  Kaua'i Moksha disappeared into the mist.

You do not have to judge a person to rescue them, direct communication works wonders.

With 4 complex UofH classes to go, this was not the time for lust and group intimacy.  The sailboat, airplanes and condos were sold.  Arriving in Orange, CA, away from Hawaiian shifting sands, I was on firm ground.  Education completed it was time to build foundations.  Silverado CA ranch land and a Newport Beach CA townhouse were purchased.  The Topanga CA mountaintop campground was located and secured by Sandra.