My name is Pete Hulme. I’m married with one son. Ten years as a teacher of literature, thirty years as a psychologist and more than thirty years as a Bahá’í (not consecutively! I’m only 73) have been part of a journey where I have been learning to use books and writing as two of the ways in which I can improve the maps I use to live by. I see human beings as meaning makers who are supremely valuable in themselves. This is in part what the best books show us. I am hoping to use this blog as a further tool in this process of exploration and the application of the resulting insights in the life we live. Sometimes prose simply won’t do the job so I resort to poetry as well.
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