About: Pete Hulme
- First as a teacher, then as a psychologist and also as a Bahá’í I have used books and writing as two of the ways in which I can improve the maps I use to live by. I am hoping to use my blog as a further tool in this process of exploration and the application of the resulting insights in the life we live.
Posts by Pete Hulme:
24/04/2017 The Latest Meeting at the Death Cafe
23/04/2017 Recommended link: Who are the new jihadis?
21/04/2017 Conviction without Hatred (3/3)
20/04/2017 Conviction: the Double-Edged Sword (2/3)
19/04/2017 Points of View
18/04/2017 The Fundamentalist
Barney on Recommended link: Who are the… anisioluiz2008 on The Fundamentalist anisioluiz2008 on Family Poems (5/16): Mary anisioluiz2008 on Unfinished Business Pete Hulme on David Jones: painter and … Barney on David Jones: painter and …
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