She is alofa, worth far more than rubies or any treasure in this world.
I have full confidence in her and she lacks nothing of value.
She is alofa, clothed with strength and dignity; she speaks wisdom and faithful instruction is on her tongue.
She is alofa, watches and protects our children, providing food and a warm and safe place our aiga call home.
She is alofa, never hesitates to open her arms to the poor and extends her hands to the needy.
She is alofa, my best friend walking through the many mountains and valleys of life; never left my side.
She is alofa, my life is abundant and my cup overflowing because of her love.
- Sonny, 71, Porirua, New Zealand.