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Going to Dukshinkali
Fulbright gives its senior scholars a car to use when they are in living in Kathmandu. This is both a good and a bad thing. It allows the Fulbrighters a much greater freedom of movement than they would otherwise have, but it also means that the Fulbrighter is expected by the local people to provide transportation sometimes, especially taking faculty out to the university and home, and taking others to places they would like or need to go. After a lot of trepidation and learning to drive on the wrong side of the road, to avoid, at all costs, hitting cattle warming themselves in the middle of the streets, to maneuver the narrow lanes, to swerve around the bicycles and motorcycles with entire families on them everywhere, memorizing where all the worst potholes are, and the quickest way out to the Ring Road, you tend to get more or less comfortable driving around.
One day my housekeeper, Gita, who was my teacher of all things Nepali, asked me to drive her and her family to the Shrine of Kali at Dukshinkali, some good hour out of town. Now, most westerners, if they know of any of the myriad deities in the Hindu pantheon, are likely to know of two: Ganesha, the elephant-headed god of new endeavors, and Kali, the divine mother and protectoress, most often seen in fierce poses, standing on her cohort, Shiva.
Kali is also the goddess who requires sacrifices to her in order to grant wishes or good fortune or boons of many kinds, and Dukshinkali is the primary place where such sacrifices take place in Nepal. When Gita asked me to drive her and the family to the shrine, I felt a little bit uneasy, not having been in the country for very long. I told her that I would, of course, take her, but wondered about the sacrifice part. She sort of shrugged it off, or so I thought.
The day came to go to the puja. I drove over to Gita’s and she and her husband, her mother-in-law, and two kids, all in their best clothes, piled into the little Toyota sedan that I had. They also had a couple of knapsacks and a bag. Off we went, my paying more attention to the driving than anything else. After a little while, I heard a strange sound coming from the back seat, from the bag. Uh oh !!!! What the heck was that? Sure enough, Gita said, it was a kukhuraa, a chicken, that they were bringing to offer to Kali for her blessing for the family’s new endeavor into maybe buying an old car that they could use to start a taxi business. I learned all of this while trying to get through the small foothills going out of the city and following the scanty directions of how to get to this holy place.
There wasn’t much I could do at this point, and I had no idea of what to expect, but it didn’t seem to me it could be anything good.
We arrived at our destination without any problem, and I was amazed to see a huge crowd of people milling around. Everyone was dressed up, and the whole area had a feeling of festivity. I thought “Well, maybe this won’t so bad”. We piled out of the car and headed towards the main activity area. There were vendors everywhere, mostly selling the marigold garlands that Nepalis love so much, and which they wear on any festive occasion. Kids were running around, playing games and ignoring their parents’ admonishings to behave. Gita’s two children soon joined in, although Gita, being a fairly stern parent, kept her eyes on them.
I was busy watching the activities, and wondering where the sacrifices were supposed to be. I wasn’t sure I wanted to see that part, and since this was a Hindu ritual, it was quite possible that an outsider like me not be allowed in the sacrificial area anyhow. And then I saw it. A long line of worshippers, winding around a stream, into an open area, in under a roof, but no walls. I saw a family emerge, pushing the carcass of a small goat down the stream, towards a small pool, washing it and then removing it from the water and taking it away. It had not occurred to me to think about what happened to the sacrificed animals. I then noticed that I was a bit above the line of worshippers, and there they were, probably about 50 people, waiting patiently in line with the their potential sacrifices, and, while I hadn’t been watching, I saw that Gita and her husband had joined the line with their chicken. Others in the line had goats, and many had chickens, too. But others had only eggs and/or flowers…these were the Hindu vegetarians I was to learn.
I watched in a kind of petrified horror that we sometimes experience when in the vicinity of something we fear or worry about. I saw the line advance and a worshipper with the sacrifice would disappear under the thatched roof of the shed. I saw that there were two men waiting for them, and that they each wielded huge kukhri knives….they were the men from the caste who performed the ritual slaughter of the animals. I expected to hear loud cries from the goats, but, in fact, there was very little noise from them. Some worried snorts, probably from the smell of blood (which I couldn’t smell), but it was surprisingly quiet. Each animal was slaughtered (I couldn’t see that part, and didn’t want to) and put into the stream for the blood to be washed away, and for its sacrificers to take out of the temple area. I saw Gita and her husband disappear, and come out soon with the chicken no longer moving. It seemed so different from what I had expected. The chicken was plopped back into its bag, we went to the car, the bag was put in the trunk, and we started home.
Gita and her family had chicken for dinner…and they did start their taxi business, because I bought the car for them to start it.
I may have to rethink my atheism. That is a story for later.
Poplar Grove Muse is the community blog for Women Writing for (a) Change Bloomington, an organization that supports women in finding and using their most authentic voices. This work has transformed my life. This week it was my turn to post and I usually choose something a bit personal to share as I admittedly like that vulnerability rush and the feelings of connection it brings. However, in light of recent events and my desire to become as strong an ally for Black Lives Matter as I can, I pivoted to sharing a resource list of black voices we need to be listening to...here's my question for you: take a peek at these books and tell me which you have read and what were your biggest take-aways?

Thank you to the Thursday night #BookClub for a wonderful evening!
Please share this super cool circle opportunity with your young friends.
The very first Women Writing for (a) Change Read-around.
Join me! This day will not disappoint!
I love pencils, and thought this photo essay on pencil making was amazing and worth sharing with you. And, it reminds me of so many things we talked about in last semester's circle -- "the secret origins of objects we tend to take for granted."
We're excited for our Winter/Spring writing circles to begin! If you have a young writer, be sure to check them out!

This coming semester we have our monthly co-ed writing circle, a monthly circle for girls, a full day retreat for teens, and a hike and write. And summer, of course, brings Summer Creative Writing Camps! Join us!! https://womenwritingbloomington.org/about-yww/
Thinking of Heather Symmes Cannon whose birthday would have been today. She left us too soon but remains in our memories and love. Women Writing for (a) Change, Bloomington.
A heartfelt thank you to all the women who shared their words tonight at the Read Around. You moved me, you touched me, you inspired me. I'm full of gratitude
There is a seat in a circle waiting for you! Please join me on Oct 14 from 1:00-5:00 for Writers in the Woods.
I took this class with Allison...such a gift. If you feel pulled, give in and do this!

The Bloomington affiliate of Women Writing for (a) Change is an emerging school which supports the lives of women for whom writing is, or is becoming, an important creative and spiritual practice.

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07/21/2021

SoulCollage® Series Live-In-Person at WWFaC! Register for the whole series (for extra savings) or individual sessions. An adventure of creativity and discovery awaits!

07/21/2021

SoulCollage® Series Live-In-Person at WWFaC! Register for the whole series (for extra savings) or individual sessions. An adventure of creativity and discovery awaits!

SoulCollage® Series Live-In-Person at WWFaC! Register for the whole series (for extra savings) or individual sessions. An adventure of creativity and discovery awaits!

07/15/2021

This upcoming semester circle welcomes anyone(age 18 and over) interested in writing as an instrument of personal transformation and conscious community-building. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/all-gender-13-week-circle/
Tuition assistance is available. Please ask. Deadlines are Aug 24 (for tuition assistance applications) and Sept 1 for final registration.

This upcoming semester circle welcomes anyone(age 18 and over) interested in writing as an instrument of personal transformation and conscious community-building. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/all-gender-13-week-circle/
Tuition assistance is available. Please ask. Deadlines are Aug 24 (for tuition assistance applications) and Sept 1 for final registration.

Timeline Photos 07/01/2021

News from Women Writing for (a) Change Bloomington - https://mailchi.mp/4b500c1acaae/news-from-women-writing-for-a-change-bloomington

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Challenge By Choice for Teens 06/27/2021

Challenge By Choice for Teens

Challenge by Choice for Teens in grades 7-12 A day-long retreat in beautiful Brown County, Indiana at Camp Rancho Framasa. Lunch and snacks are provided. Activities include low and high ropes opportunities, writing reflection, team building, and problem solving. Walking on site requires a moderate level of fitness. This workshop for teens invites us to examine how we choose to challenge ourselves or not....

https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/remembering-the-past-envisioning-the-future-teens-virtual-new-years-class/

Challenge By Choice for Teens Challenge by Choice for Teens in grades 7-12 A day-long retreat in beautiful Brown County, Indiana at Camp Rancho Framasa. Lunch and snacks are provided. Activities include low and high ropes opportunities, writing reflection, team building and problem solving. Walking on site requires a moderate le...

06/22/2021

We have spots open for our July women's writing retreat at The Benedictine Hospitality Center in Ferdinand, Indiana. Single or double room accommodations, beautiful campus. It has been a long year. Restore, refresh, reconstitute your writer spirit with us! Amy Cornell will facilitate. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product-category/retreats/

https://www.thedome.org/at-the-monastery/benedictine-hospitality-center/

We have spots open for our July women's writing retreat at The Benedictine Hospitality Center in Ferdinand, Indiana. Single or double room accommodations, beautiful campus. It has been a long year. Restore, refresh, reconstitute your writer spirit with us! Amy Cornell will facilitate. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product-category/retreats/

https://www.thedome.org/at-the-monastery/benedictine-hospitality-center/

06/14/2021

This is one of the best ways to get acquainted with our writing circles, connect with other writers, and test the waters. If you're unsure about joining a semester writing circle this fall, this sampler may help you decide. If you simply want to re-connect between semesters, come join Amy Cornell in celebrating the summer solstice next Monday! Registration open through Thursday June 17th. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/summer-solstice-sampler/

This is one of the best ways to get acquainted with our writing circles, connect with other writers, and test the waters. If you're unsure about joining a semester writing circle this fall, this sampler may help you decide. If you simply want to re-connect between semesters, come join Amy Cornell in celebrating the summer solstice next Monday! Registration open through Thursday June 17th. https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/summer-solstice-sampler/

Timeline Photos 06/05/2021

It is with great joy, gratitude, and excitement that we announce Mary Beth O’Brien as the incoming Creative Director of Women Writing for (a) Change of Bloomington. https://mailchi.mp/12b0b1297233/our-exciting-news

It is with great joy, gratitude, and excitement that we announce Mary Beth O’Brien as the incoming Creative Director of Women Writing for (a) Change of Bloomington. https://mailchi.mp/12b0b1297233/our-exciting-news

06/05/2021

It is with great joy, gratitude, and excitement that we announce Mary Beth O'Brien as the incoming Creative Director of Women Writing for a Change of Bloomington.

Mary Beth has a deep love and understanding of our organization, and has been an active contributor to our growth as a facilitator, holder of several of our friendraising/fundraising events, board member of the Writing for a Change Foundation, and conscious feminine leader. She has a history of collaboration and deep connection within the Bloomington community, including her work as a beloved early childhood teacher at Bloomington Montessori School and former assistant director of Camp CYO Camp Rancho Framasa in Nashville, Indiana. A passionate volunteer, she has also devoted her time, skills, and energy to many social justice efforts of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, and years as a Monroe County Court Appointed Special Advocate (and trainer of new CASAs).

WWf(a)C’s Succession Circle has worked for more than a year to discern a way forward as our founder and outgoing Creative Director Beth Lodge-Rigal officially steps down later in 2021. Beth and Mary Beth will work collaboratively over the next several months to ensure a smooth transition.

In its recommendation of Mary Beth to the Board of Directors of the Writing for a Change Foundation, the Succession Circle spoke of her embodiment of the conscious feminine as a person who “communicates clearly and with patience and gentleness, taking time to listen, hold space for decisions to emerge, and build trust with others.”

With Mary Beth's leadership, we look forward to an exciting and abundant new time for WWf(a)C.

Warmly,
The WWf(a)C Succession Circle &
Writing for a Change Foundation Board of Directors

It is with great joy, gratitude, and excitement that we announce Mary Beth O'Brien as the incoming Creative Director of Women Writing for a Change of Bloomington.

Mary Beth has a deep love and understanding of our organization, and has been an active contributor to our growth as a facilitator, holder of several of our friendraising/fundraising events, board member of the Writing for a Change Foundation, and conscious feminine leader. She has a history of collaboration and deep connection within the Bloomington community, including her work as a beloved early childhood teacher at Bloomington Montessori School and former assistant director of Camp CYO Camp Rancho Framasa in Nashville, Indiana. A passionate volunteer, she has also devoted her time, skills, and energy to many social justice efforts of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, and years as a Monroe County Court Appointed Special Advocate (and trainer of new CASAs).

WWf(a)C’s Succession Circle has worked for more than a year to discern a way forward as our founder and outgoing Creative Director Beth Lodge-Rigal officially steps down later in 2021. Beth and Mary Beth will work collaboratively over the next several months to ensure a smooth transition.

In its recommendation of Mary Beth to the Board of Directors of the Writing for a Change Foundation, the Succession Circle spoke of her embodiment of the conscious feminine as a person who “communicates clearly and with patience and gentleness, taking time to listen, hold space for decisions to emerge, and build trust with others.”

With Mary Beth's leadership, we look forward to an exciting and abundant new time for WWf(a)C.

Warmly,
The WWf(a)C Succession Circle &
Writing for a Change Foundation Board of Directors

Timeline Photos 06/01/2021

June News - https://mailchi.mp/8385a7d03b14/june-4900561

Register soon for summer online circles! Early Bird Registration for fall. In person and online options available.

June News - https://mailchi.mp/8385a7d03b14/june-4900561

Register soon for summer online circles! Early Bird Registration for fall. In person and online options available.

05/08/2021

Dear Friends,

We're in the midst of our LETTER WRITING CAMPAIGN! Throughout the month of May, we are raising funds to support our work with women, girls, and people of all genders who want to use writing as a tool for personal and societal change.

We hope to broaden our outreach both on zoom and soon in person, as we strive to become an even more inclusive, compassionate organization. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation, and joining us in a writing circle soon.
Make your convenient online donation here: www.womenwritingbloomington.org/letter-writing-campaign

Dear Friends,

We're in the midst of our LETTER WRITING CAMPAIGN! Throughout the month of May, we are raising funds to support our work with women, girls, and people of all genders who want to use writing as a tool for personal and societal change.

We hope to broaden our outreach both on zoom and soon in person, as we strive to become an even more inclusive, compassionate organization. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation, and joining us in a writing circle soon.
Make your convenient online donation here: www.womenwritingbloomington.org/letter-writing-campaign

05/06/2021

I am so excited to be leading this summer's writing retreat at the Sisters of St Benedict in Ferdinand Indiana from July 15-18, 2021. If you are considering joining us--we have only two single openings. (Or if you have a friend you want to share with two doubles!). We will write in community, read poetry, share hospitality, spend time exploring the grounds and town, and of course have plenty of writing time. Head here to leave a deposit! https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/writing-retreats/

I am so excited to be leading this summer's writing retreat at the Sisters of St Benedict in Ferdinand Indiana from July 15-18, 2021. If you are considering joining us--we have only two single openings. (Or if you have a friend you want to share with two doubles!). We will write in community, read poetry, share hospitality, spend time exploring the grounds and town, and of course have plenty of writing time. Head here to leave a deposit! https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/writing-retreats/

05/04/2021

After 17 years of tireless service, our beloved Creative Director, Beth Lodge-Rigal, has announced her retirement effective at the end of this year. The Board of Directors has a succession circle dedicated to finding our next director, who will mentor with Beth for six months before taking over on January 1, 2022. Please join us in sending best wishes and gratitude to Beth. To read the full announcement, click here: https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/newsletter/

After 17 years of tireless service, our beloved Creative Director, Beth Lodge-Rigal, has announced her retirement effective at the end of this year. The Board of Directors has a succession circle dedicated to finding our next director, who will mentor with Beth for six months before taking over on January 1, 2022. Please join us in sending best wishes and gratitude to Beth. To read the full announcement, click here: https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/newsletter/

04/27/2021

Wednesday Evenings Beginning in June. How can we use a return to self (feeling, sensation, thought, emotions) to deepen our connections with others within our communities and the communities we wish to help build? This 8-week writing circle series invites
participants to consider affect, embodiment, somatics, and connections to one’s self and others within the lens of justice/liberatory politics. All Gender participation welcome! https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/our-radical-imaginations-exploring-self-the-collective-and-possibilities-through-liberatory-writing/

Wednesday Evenings Beginning in June. How can we use a return to self (feeling, sensation, thought, emotions) to deepen our connections with others within our communities and the communities we wish to help build? This 8-week writing circle series invites
participants to consider affect, embodiment, somatics, and connections to one’s self and others within the lens of justice/liberatory politics. All Gender participation welcome! https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/our-radical-imaginations-exploring-self-the-collective-and-possibilities-through-liberatory-writing/

Timeline Photos 04/08/2021

THANK YOU for all you do in our community, New Leaf New Life!

#ThankfulThursday

Virtual 6-Week All Gender Circle; Voices of Our Ancestry 04/06/2021

Virtual 6-Week All Gender Circle; Voices of Our Ancestry

Cultivate time and presence with the voices from your personal past. Where are you from, who are you made of? During this six weeks class, we'll write together and steward creative ways to get in touch with voices of our lineage, familial and beyond. We'll have time each class to deepen into our own writing and receive the gift of listening to others. ...

https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/virtual-6-week-all-gender-circle-voices-of-our-ancestry/

Virtual 6-Week All Gender Circle; Voices of Our Ancestry   Cultivate time and presence with the voices from your personal past. Where are you from, who are you made of? When: October 14-November 18th Time: 7-9:30 PM Cost: $200 An All-Gender Circle Offering Format: Zoom

Virtual Tuesday Evening Women’s Circle Fall 2021 04/06/2021

Virtual Tuesday Evening Women’s Circle Fall 2021

Another women's writing circle option for fall of 2021. This course will run virtually all semester. The Pandemic taught us that our circles translate well to an online format. For those with continued concerns about covid exposures, for those who would like to join us from around the world, this core semester course meets you and your writing where you are, using our best virtual practices.

https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/virtual-tuesday-evening-womens-circle-fall-2021/

Virtual Tuesday Evening Women’s Circle Fall 2021 TUESDAY EVENINGS September 7- December 7, 2021 7-9:30 pm (No class Thanksgiving Week) Early Bird Rate through July 10, 2021 $390 Rate increase after July 10 Facilitated by Kelly Sage

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03/21/2021

April is National Poetry Writing Month. Join us in the poem-a-day challenge. We'll offer a Poetry Workshop "kick off" and celebratory "wrap up" to bookend the month. Register today:https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/napowrimo-kick-off-2021/

April is National Poetry Writing Month. Join us in the poem-a-day challenge. We'll offer a Poetry Workshop "kick off" and celebratory "wrap up" to bookend the month. Register today:https://www.womenwritingbloomington.org/product/napowrimo-kick-off-2021/

womenwritingbloomington.org 03/11/2021

Our Radical Imaginations: Exploring Self, The Collective, and Possibilities through Liberatory Writing

Coming this summer! Another virtual opportunity to connect and dive deep!!

womenwritingbloomington.org Format: Virtual Facilitator will send zoom link and welcome letter a few days prior to the workshop. Audience: All Gender ages 18 and up Dates: June 9- July 28 Time: 6:30-9:00 pm Cost: $250  

03/08/2021

Because no one could ever praise me enough,
because I don't mean these poems only
but the unseen
unbelievable effort it takes to live
the life that goes on between them,
I think all the time about invisible work.
About the young mother on Welfare
I interviewed years ago,
who said, "It's hard.
You bring him to the park,
run rings around yourself keeping him safe,
cut hot dogs into bite-sized pieces for dinner,
and there's no one
to say what a good job you're doing,
how you were patient and loving
for the thousandth time even though you had a headache."
And I, who am used to feeling sorry for myself
because I am lonely,
when all the while,
as the Chippewa poem says, I am being carried
by great winds across the sky,
thought of the invisible work that stitches up the world day and night,
the slow, unglamorous work of healing,
the way worms in the garden
tunnel ceaselessly so the earth can breathe
and bees ransack this world into being,
while owls and poets stalk shadows,
our loneliest labors under the moon

There are mothers
for everything, and the sea
is a mother too,
whispering and whispering to us
long after we have stopped listening.
I stopped and let myself lean
a moment, against the blue
shoulder of the air. The work
of my heart
is the work of the world's heart.
There is no other art.

Invisible Work by Alison Luterman

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