Joseph Civitella

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).

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On Relationships: Embracing Love in Romantic Complicity - Excerpt 6
4 days ago
Beliefs, Convictions and Perceptions Henri Frédéric Amiel tells us, “A belief is not true because it is useful.” Rather, a belief is useful when it’s true. But the truth of a belief depends on one’s p...
On Relationships: Embracing Love in Romantic Complicity—Excerpt 5
7 days ago
Be Your Own Best Friend: One of the most amazing revelations about people is that they are very willing and able to do for others what they often cannot consciously find a way to do for themselves. Mu...
Temple of the Reverend Seeker—Excerpt 2
8 days ago
Spiritual Innuendos for the Ambiguous How certain are we about anything? What do we know for sure, that when considered from a perspective of well-intended skepticism, does not remain open to further ...
On Relationships: Embracing Love in Romantic Complicity—Excerpt 4
9 days ago
Before the Beginning Whether we realize it or not, everybody has a gift to give. Everyone surrounding us can teach us something about human nature, but whether we learn the lessons that are offered to...
On Relationships: Embracing Love in Romantic Complicity—Excerpt 3
10 days ago
The Nature of Relationships Relationships. The word alone elicits a whole spectrum of responses from a whole variety of people: from the young to the old; from the positive to the negative; from the k...
On Relationships: Embracing Love in Romantic Complicity—Excerpt 2
11 days ago
The Nature of Love Love has been written about by so many people, in so many ways, and for so many reasons, that a definitive summary or perfect synopsis is an impossible task. Notwithstanding this, l...