Joseph Civitella, PhD, is a life-long student of metaphysics – the quest for truth, meaning and purpose – and is an ordained minister in the International Metaphysical Ministry. He operates the School of LifeWork (www.schooloflifework.com).
Sometimes things go awry despite our best efforts to get the outcome we seek. We may assume the
blame, or we may assign it to someone else; either way we are called upon to take responsibility for
The Fate to Grant Faith
The tender heart feels everything in its midst, and allows the world to cast shadows on the path of
life, and yet it seeks the strength to look beyond the eclipse and march tow...
Upon the water he laid a rock
And to his solitude did he talk
The man who came from nowhere
Blended into the wide river there
One by one he placed the stones
In gentle balance with his weary bones
Between dawn and dusk you focus on work, giving life to your job with the illusion that it will give
you more life, but there are many ways that the job you do will survive despite your best efforts t...
The Breath of our Laughter
A spicy remark between friends, and the humour flows like a river released from a dam. All it takes
any day of the week is the willingness to make fun of life, work and love...
The Thread of Souls
With every beginning of a relationship we endeavour to get it right this time, to not make the same mistakes as in the past,
but if there is an end at least we wish to learn the le...