Mahina ‘Olepau, 23rd moon of our current cycle, rises at 1:25am tomorrow morning and will be above and to the east at sunrise tomorrow morning. You can actually see ‘Olepau until moonset at 1:50pm tomorrow.
On average the moon rises about 55 minutes later each day. It may seem counterintuitive but the moon sets around 30 minutes later each day. With the movement of life things are cyclical, yet there is even an elliptical quality to many cycles. In other words, the sphere of interconnectedness between various cycles is also in flux.