Today is the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, the longest day of the year as the Sun ingresses into Cancer this evening. It is a time for celebrating and affirming that which is life-giving, both the intensity and brilliance of the Sun itself as well as the ways in which we all carry our own capacities to shine brightly and offer that which nurtures life in the world. Mars in Pisces makes a sextile to Jupiter in Capricorn. Even fallen and retrograde in Capricorn, Jupiter offers the affirmation of possibility and potential. Mars reminds us that sometimes we must struggle and fight for that which we are told is impossible in order to bring it into being. The Moon in Gemini makes squares to Neptune and then Mars in Pisces. In the struggle to bring the impossible into being, our dreams can provide the necessary currents to propel us into action. Audre Lorde writes in “Eye to Eye,” “Acknowledged, our dreams can shape the realities of our future, if we arm them with the hard work and scrutiny of now.” As we move into this new season, we may ask: what are the seemingly impossible worlds of which we are dreaming? How might we acknowledge and arm such dreams with hard work and scrutiny in order to imbue them with the force necessary to shape the realities of our futures? We may not yet know what a world of justice could be; when we try to envision it, we may be told by existing systems, “That is not possible.” How can we begin to act and embody the seeming impossibilities for which we dream?