What a gorgeous evening to celebrate Midsummer.  The sun has come out in her fine blazing glory in honour of her longest day’s work.  After tomorrow, her days will get shorter and shorter and then Winter will arrive. 

Here’s how this blog celebrated the solstice last year and as I can’t improve on that, I will just leave you with a Wiccan Summer blessing.  I’m not Wiccan but there’s probably not much else that comes closer to my personal spiritual ethos than the non-judgemental, non-doctrinal Wiccan values towards nature, humanity and Mother Earth.  Wiccans seek to find harmony and believe that because of our intelligence, we have a duty to protect nature.  And that’s a good, good ethos to live by. 

Merriest wishes folks.

As the sun spirals its longest dance,
Cleanse us
As nature shows bounty and fertility
Bless us
Let all things live with loving intent
And to fulfill their truest destiny

Wiccan blessing for Summer


Turn your face to the sun and the shadows will fall behind you

Maori proverb


9 responses to this post.

  1. Nice Maori proverb there EP. Alas it was a cloudy dreary night down south. God the weather in this country sucks.


  2. It was glorious last night in my area. Not so nice today though.


  3. Sunday has been better here, but very windy! Even the weather folk don’t know what’s going on!

    Internet is quiet at the moment I’ve noticed. People are out in the fresh air! 🙂


  4. Yes, it was very Wintery yesterday. Strange weather indeedy.

    I noticed the blog silences too. I should make more effort. I always seem to have stuff to do these days.


  5. Been absent for a long weekend, I’ll try to catch up with you.

    Summer started last Saturday but it feels like springtime here.

    Take care.


  6. Hi Jose. I was thinking about you just a wee while ago and hoping you were ok. Lovely that you are here again.


  7. Pi8$ing with rain here in Ireland. Depressing…. 😦


  8. London weather update: fine & dandy today dears. 🙂


  9. Well it’s been lovely here until about an hour ago when the rains came.


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