My Sacred COVID19 Journey – Last Day

So, I’m free. Today, the DOH says I am no longer contagious and may return to my life outside of this home. I understand the concern and that we have to have rules and ways of dealing with something we know so little about. I trust that my consciousness of Love is the only thing that it is contagious. However, I apply this to other parts of my life.

How many times do I, do we, wait for someone else to tell us it’s okay to do something? How many of us wait for what we consider just the right moment, before going forward with something we want to do? I’m leaving for the Mainland on Wednesday. Many tell me, it’s not a good thing to do. My own family asked me if I was sure. “We have our whole life to see each other,” they said.

I say if now is not the time, there will be no right time. I wrote it yesterday. We must live. I think I’ve been on this Island for too long. I appreciate the beauty and the safety and I couldn’t live in a more beautiful place, but if I do not make this trip, it will be the biggest mistake of my life. I say this because I would have chosen fear over faith. That is not me.

So, today, we will make our final arrangements for the trip and I know we will be guarded, guided and directed the whole way. My journey with COVID19 might be over physically, but I get to choose whether or not to continue to experience it mentally and emotionally. Please do not misinterpret what I am saying to mean that I am not being safe. I know how to take care of myself and I am totally respectful of others. What I am saying is that I can’t wait to go out and live fully and to suck up every moment of this trip with joy.

I will see you on path. May you be healthy and happy. My faith lead your way. We are safe. We are all in this together. We are living in a brand new world and I’m knowing, for myself, it is and will always be led by Consciousness.

Love and Aloha,

Rev. Rita Andriello-Feren

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