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Hāngai ana ki tētahi o wō tātou pūrakau inā Ranginui rāua ko Papatūānuku i wehea me Ranginui i taurangi tōnā aroha pūmau ki ā Papatūānuku.
Nō ōnā roimata hei māturuturu ua kia pūpuri tātou katoa akeake i te aroha pūmau.
Related to one of our pūrakau (oral traditions) when Ranginui (sky father) and Papatūānuku (earth mother were separated apart and he made a promise to always love her. He does this with his tears in the form of rain and we are all a continuity of this aroha pūmau (love).
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