Happy Lei Day! I am glad we celebrate this way in the islands and not the pagan holiday celebrated everywhere else on May 1st! The following is from HawaiiHistory.org. My disclaimer is that I do not know if what they have on this site is accurate or revisionist Hawaiian History. This article about Lei Day coincides with other trusted sites on the internet so it is hopefully accurate.
Lei Day - May first - was the brainchild of Don Blanding. In 1927 he came up with the idea of a uniquely Hawaiian holiday that everyone could celebrate. His editors at the Honolulu Star-Bulletin presented it to the public and the idea was enthusiastically embraced.
Lei Day became an official holiday in 1929. During those first years the event included the selection of a Lei Day queen and court. Lei Day celebrations continue today, marking the first day of May with lei-making competitions, concerts, and the giving and receiving of lei among friends and family.
Now without faith it is impossible to please God, since the one who draws near to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him. Hebrews 11:6 CSB
The Levites definitely had the greatest inheritance, the Lord God! Provision was made to them through the offerings to the Lord. Again, it is the Lord who chooses the ministers for a specific location. There is no place in our walk with the Lord for any occultist or cultist practice. Every prophecy is tested by if it comes to pass or not. Be careful not to say, “Thus says the Lord” unless it is truly the Lord!