I am afraid. Yes, I admit it, I am. In a time of great uncertainty, a blanket of fear has covered the people of Conakry and Guinea. EBOLA is here. And where it will land next, is unknown. Is it in the sweat running down the brow of the man sitting next to me in the taxi, is it laden in the cash that I hold in my hand? Tuning into myself, I repeat, “I must not live in fear. Spirit will protect me. I am in alignment with my mission and passion. I am safe. I am loved. I am protected”. I again question why I am here and if I want to stay here. Feeling lost, I allow my path to become clear. Unforeseen events can challenge us in ways we never expected. I am being called to tune in and trust.