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).
Saying “I love you”
When saying “I love you” is not enough, I wonder what you are seeking that I don’t know to give you.
In my own way I express my feelings because they are meant to be shared rather ...
When a woman says she needs time and space, a man ought to offer her eternity and the universe.
He should honour her desire to find her way through whatever sentiments she needs to feel, whatever
When she uttered that hurtful phrase, the one conveying between the words that she had already lost
her love for me, I knew there was only one option left to protect my dignity: Pre-empt he...
Life is Only
Life is only as simple as the attitude you bring to it and the temperament you allow to govern your heart and
mind. How you choose to make it anything else is a reflection of your deeper ...
Eye of Sadness
In the eye of sadness, you can go blind with pain,
Losing your chosen path to the light of healing.
All your efforts to survive you now exert in vain,
Better to numb your heart than con...
A Promise with No Devotion
She wants it all, her desires and wishes, and even her many fantasies, but without the effort required.
She seeks to belong to something bigger than herself, but without mak...