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On Truth

Some sharings from a person, Kimberly Townsend Palmer, whose writings I admire:


First off, my name is not really Kimberly Townsend Palmer. It is, or rather, should be, Kimberly Townsend Pomikala. Pomikala is a Bohemian name, which my father was born with but which was changed by his family not too long after he started school in Arcadia, California. It was changed because one fine, sunny day he came home in tears after being called a “dirty Bohunk” by the other children. It was 1943, and the world, and finally the United States, had long been at war. The biggest battles were not being fought on battlefields but being fought inside the human heart. Many families lost their entire physical existence, multiple generations snuffed out in less time than it takes to inhale, exhale — mine lost only its identity. A small price to pay for being safe in southern California, in a town named for the residence of the Greek gods. So my father grew up as a camouflaged ethnic. The name was changed, but the inside could not be changed. He never felt at home anywhere he went. He might well have been a war refugee of a metaphysical battle — a battle, the fundamental struggle humanity has been waging since its inception, the inexorable war between truth and ignorance. Factual accuracy is not always the truth — truth goes to the essence of a thing. Not the surface, but what is deep within. (Emphasis mine).


I find the above lines very beautiful, and wholeheartedly agree with them. Kudos to Kimberly.


I do not agree with Kimberly in her next two paragraphs. An excerpt from that part:

Love exists. Hate exists. Both can serve the truth. Both can serve ignorance.

president barack obama is being quoted out of context by the radical fringe right, and I’M SICK & FUCKING TIRED OF THIS SHIT

The Extreme Right has to be kicked in the backside, as much as the Extreme Left. Kudos, Obama!

And Kudos, Kimberly, on the post and the sharing. God Bless Us All.

Kimberly Townsend Palmer

illustration president obama

the full text of president obama’s speech in which he advocates FOR democracy, not AGAINST it. a paragraph is being circulated, ENTIRELY OUT OF CONTEXT, to defame him. I WON’T STAND FOR THIS SHIT.

“And it was here in Europe, through centuries of struggle, through war and enlightenment, repression and revolution, that a particular set of ideals began to emerge, the belief that through conscience and free will, each of us has the right to live as we choose, the belief that power is derived from the consent of the governed and that laws and institutions should be established to protect that understanding.

And those ideas eventually inspired a band of colonialists across an ocean, and they wrote them into the founding documents that still guide America today, including the simple truth that all men, and women, are created equal.

But those ideals have also been tested, here…

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Gandhi: “Love is for the Brave!”

Came across this Quote in Kimberly Townsend Palmer‘s post, entitled: “a critical review of equatorial rhythms, “written” by robert alfred kamarowski, former coast guard seaman.” Gandhi’s Quote, ‘Love is the Prerogative of the Brave,’ itself is taken from:


Here is the Way the Quote is presented in Kimberly’s post:

Gandhi love courage

Loved it!