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If you were a girl in Malawi you would not attend school on the days that you menstruated — simply because you do not have access to menstrual supplies. As a result of missing so many days a year, you would not complete secondary school. Under-educated and personally disempowered, you would likely be married off at 12 years old and pregnant shortly thereafter.
Educated girls uplift the world. They marry later, have fewer children, earn 25% more and become leaders in their communities — and break the cycle of poverty. And in Malawi, empowerment is as simple as THIS: provide girls with menstrual supplies so they can attend class 5 days a week. It’s THAT easy to foster major social change. $10 bucks will keep a girl in school.
LunaPads is taking the leftover fabrics of Wal-Mart sundresses and Reebok track pants to create a re-usable collection of washable cloth menstrual pads + panties. We want to get kits to 10,000 Malawian girls. Each kit costs $10 bucks.
(Typically Pads4Girls Kits cost $28 to produce, but the savings from scrap fabric means they can make kits for $10.)
Can you help keep a girl in the classroom?
1 girl? 5 girls? More girls?
I’m donating in $500 to send 50 kits to 50 Girls. I know that at least one of those girls will learn enough in school to break free and do more good in the world. (I also love that we’re keeping hundreds of pounds of fabric out of landfills.)
The vision: 10,000 more girls in Malawi going to school 5 days a week, learning about the world and expanding their possibilities (and reams of fabric staying out of landfills.) Sisters and citizens! I’m calling on you: $10 or more from you can make it happen!
Who runs the world? Girls — with our help.
PLEASE HELP US RALLY!:
Please help me + @pads4girls keep Malawi’s girls in school–and change the world http://bit.ly/MaKIyv
$10 is a life changer for girls in Malawi. Join @pads4girls + me to keep girls in the classroom: http://bit.ly/MaKIyv
Malawi girls may be forced to marry as young as 12. Join @pads4girls + me to keep girls in the classroom: http://bit.ly/MaKIyv
Malawi girls may be forced to marry as young as 12. Join @pads4girls + @lunapads to keep girls in the classroom — so they can grow up and change the world. http://bit.ly/MaKIyv
PS: an awesome FYI: more than 1 million disposable pads and tampons are diverted from landfills each month thanks to Lunapads’ customers making the switch to reusable products!
In my experience, boundary obliviousness is part of the initiation into wholeness. I don’t think you have to warrior your whole life for it, but it’s a passage to self-agency that most women seem to have to go through. Boundaries help us expand our consciousness.
Every “image” I had of my “ideal” life has been interrupted, derailed, splattered on the road to this sometimes way too fucking complicated, patience-of-Job, deeply deep and BEAUTIFUL life that I find myself in. CORRECTION: I didn’t “find” myself here. I made choices to be here –– right where I am. One choice at a time. Every time you choose to go for a “feeling” instead of an “image”, you’re making a courageous choice.
But what’s the MOTIVE? (And BTW, pure motives RULE). Same gesture. Same joke. Same service. Same policy. How can you spot the selfish intention when the branding is so glorious? Or how can you sense the true wisdom when the delivery is so 2000-and tacky? How can you really hear someone when your judgement is clouded by…judgement?
Lightwork can be a fight. If you think being on the “spiritual” side of progress guarantees you harmony, then either you haven’t been at it long enough or you’ve been playing it safe. Harmonizing, healing, serving, shining…it’s messy work. Beautiful. Worth it. But messy.
Of course there are times — perhaps entire years, when we are bone-baked exhausted. But being fed up is not the same as being fatigued. In the seasons when we are vivacious and brimming with life, we can’t let ourselves slip into the reflex of heaviness.
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