Epa let them know what she thought. They, in turn, admitted freely some times are too hard and some times are too easy. Nevertheless, Epa complained there was too much bloodshed of Māori against Māori, and too much Jesus, too little Ranginui. But they told Epa not to worry. They had come on boats from Polynesia. It was a huge change but they adapted. Adaptation made us for adaptation.