Blessed love I&I.
Good points that the Iyah Timbaho say. But from Iwombman sIght, life is difficult everywhere, even in the "best accommodations" the modern world has to offer, there are sneakier evils and perils. On the South American continent as well as the African continent, I have seen people living in joy and communal love in what Americans would call "poverty". The mama cook foods for the whole community in a big cast iron pot over a fire - she is a Queen and her castle is Iration.
Iwombman have a sister who was born and raised here in San Diego CA, in one of the most affluent parts of the area. The wombman after travelling to Kenya a few times decided to be more involved in the orphanage project I&I have worked with. The wombman spends long periods, a year or more sometimes. And she has been sick but not discouraged, her life threatened (the administrative things get heated!) but she remained safe, stranded with a broken down jeep but the community helps her. And this lady is coming from a very different kind of life, but she is blessed to do the loving work of JAH even without running water.
So yes Iman and Iwombman will face new challenges in trodding forward to Africa, but if JAH Irit lead I&I, I&I must follow. That is not to say that all are called to be there, but those who are know Iself.
And yes, as always, I&I must be prepared to offer everything to the brothers and sisters of the community, and especially to have a strength in mind that can be useful. Give thanks Garveys Africa for the reminder and the words of Garvey.
Bless up Rastafari.