So I’m betting most of you won’t be at Stonehenge tonight to celebrate the Summer Solstice.

But this is a time many people around the world celebrate because of its spiritual significance.

For Theosophists, W.T.S. Thackara writes in an article simply called Summer Solstice, “summer symbolizes maturity and ripening judgment, when our natural interest turns to the needs of others. This solstice period is perhaps the sacred season to which we can most easily relate, because altruism and service is something all of us understand.”


It’s the time of the season for love . . .

And flower power!

Happy Summer Solstice!

— Jillian