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Talofa Lava, Afio mai ma tala mai aao........

Psalm 100, 1-5

1) Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth.
2) Worship the Lord with gladness, come before him with joyful songs.
3) Know that the Lord is God. It is he who made us, and we are his, we are his people, the sheep of his pasture.
4) Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise, give thanks to him and praise his name.
5) For the Lord is good and his love endures forever, his faithfulness continues through all generations.



Jesus is Alive

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I N D E X

Talofa & Welcome
Efty Speaks
A Bit About Myself
Sign My GUESTBOOK Please
Family Photo Album
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Suaga a le Vaa Tele
The Findings Of the Big Canoe
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Efty Speaks............

First of all, I would like to give my praises and thanks to the almighty God,
the God of all living things, for blessing us each and every day of our lives.
Special Thanks Go Out To My Beautiful Parents:

Dad & Mum, Mika Nimese Matamua & Sala Matamua

Nimese Matamua (dad) from the village of Salelologa. 25/11/1920 - 29/06/2012
Sala Tupua (mum) from the village of Utualii. 02/06/1942 - 17/01/2015

May you both RIP & RIL. Miss you both so much.

Thank you for being a positive influence in my life, You were always there for me mum,
giving me the best advice.....to always read your bible, it will help you in life's uncertainties
and steer me towards the ultimate goal that should be in all our lives.
"ETERNAL LIFE"

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JUST A BIT ABOUT MYSELF:

Evaleen Fitimalo Matamua & Akira Fiti Matamua
My beautiful niece Akira Fiti Matamua and my self.

Well, lets see, where do I start...
Life is hard, with out my beautiful parents by my side.
Thank you for instilling the LOVE of the Lord in our lives
because it makes it all the more bearable.
I'm still living in Australia but I know that 2018,
will be the year that God takes me from strength to strength.
Help me to serve You faithfully with all my heart.
May you all have Love,Happiness and Blessings for this New Year
Especially for family and friends that have loved ones keeping
our Lord and Saviour company.


But for now, keep smilin' coz
Flashing Jesus Loves You

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CHECK OUT THIS GREAT VIDEO OF THE RIDE FROM LEULUMOEGA FOU, UTUALII & TUFULELE MY HOUSE IS THE BRICK HOUSE IN UTUALII WITH THE WHITE CARS ON THE SIDE, MISS IT SO MUCH.



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O LE SUAGA A LE VA'A TELE

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FUIMAONO NA'OIA FERETI TUPUA

O le Mafuaga o le Igoa o MANUSAMOA


O le ulugalii o Muamai ma Mulimai na malaga maI Fiti i aso ua maavae.
Na taunuu le malaga i le Faasaleleaga i le nuu o Vaiafai ma tali lelei ai e le Alii o Tagaloa Funefeai.
Fai mai le tala na o mai le ulugalii lenei ma aumai le la manulele i totonu o le Faga.
O le tolotolo i Vaiafai e igoa o Utufiu sa feiloai ai le ulugalii ma Tagaloa Funefeai ao tu lona malo i ia aso.
Sa apata le manu ma sausau fia lele, ae fai atu Tagaloa
"Aua ne'i tatalaina i fafo le lua manu nei fasimate e manu o Samoa e na ona laiti ae feai".
Ona maua ai lea o le upu "ua sausau fia lele le manu na i Utufiu".
E vaai atu le fafine o Mulimai ua felelei mai manu o le inafo
ona nofo lea ua tatala i fafo le la manu, e aunoa ma le iloa e lana tane o Muamai.
E lei umi ae vaai atu le ulugalii ua fasi tele e manu o Samoa le la manu ma ua mate ai lava.
Ona ita ai lea o Muamai i lona toalua "se fesili ea Mulimai ia Muamai".
O le pogai lea o le upu ua avea nei ma muagagana "Fesili Mulimai ia Muamai".
O iinei foi na maua ai le igoa "MANUSAMOA"

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THE FINDINGS OF THE BIG CANOE

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FUIMAONO NA'OIA FERETI TUPUA

TRANSLATED BY EFTY

Where the name Manu Samoa came from.


A couple, Muamai and Mulimai journeyed from Fiji in days of old.
They arrived in Faasaleleaga (Sava'ii is divided by 2 district's Itu Faasaleleaga and Itu Tane)
at the village of Vaiafai and were received well by Chief Tagaloa Funefeai.
The story goes that the couple had journeyed here with a bird in a cage.
The couple met up with Tagaloa Funefeai in Vaiafai at a little cove called Utufiu,
(Who at the time was in office for the district.)
The couple's bird screeched and tried to flap its wings wanting to fly,
(From here, we get the old samoan saying, The bird flapped it's wings wanting to fly at Utufiu.
Ua sausau fia lele le manu na i Utufiu)
Tagaloa advised them not to let their bird out of its cage or the Samoan bird's (manu Samoa) would kill it.
However one day while sitting alone with her bird, the woman Mulimai watched as the Samoan birds flew overhead.
She felt sorry for her bird, so she opened the cage and let the bird fly out without telling her husband.
Moments later Muamai came and they both watched on as the Samoan birds ganged up together and killed their bird.
Muamai (First here) became angry at his wife and said Mulimai (Come After) should ask Muamai.
This is the origin of another old saying (Fesili Mulimai ia Muamai)
Apparently this is also the origin of where we get the name Manu Samoa from.
MANU SAMOA -SMALL BUT FEROCIOUS.

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DEDICATION

I wanna say Hi to my mate Ana and hubby Filipo and Baby Pela. Big Ups to my girl Tone aka maggot.
Hi to My Uncle Moe & RIP Aunty Poto, Hi to cousin Liz, Sefo & the kids in NZ,Cousin Ligi, Steve & kids in Sydney
Hey to June & Dave , Dez in Sydney,
RIP Uncle Sua & Aunty Iole, hi to Ross & RIP Selena Ross Jnr and Motu, Big Ups to Berna and Sasa in Vaivase Samoa.
Malo to Uncle Laki & Aunty Avau & Noreen, Ane & Laki Jnr, RIP Aunty Helen, Hi Uncle Tagisia, Belle Desmond & Georgia
Malo Lava to Metuli & Maulu RIP Helen, Hey Michelle & Junior,
RIP Uncle Mutimuti RIP Aunty Sala & Uncle Fouvale of Fugalei,
Hey to Lafi & Dakota, Ata & Sia, RIP Baker & Karla in Sydney & KIDS.
Big Up's to Katerina in Melbourne. Hey to Millie & Sani in Geraldton, WA Big ups to my girl Esther and her bro Mona Matiu in Aukilani,
Big ups to Tosi and all the gang at Alafua. Choo hoo hoo to my cous Faitala & Seirosa and their families.
Big Ups to Tayah & Fambam & Aesha in Melbourne, Big Faamalo to Rita & Family in Samoa.
Hey to Tai & Family in Switzerland. Big ups to my girl Lea at USP Fiji. Last but not least, Hey to any other MATAMUA'S OUT THERE.








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