Read Eternally Beautiful Things
"Read a book of spiritual depth," says Rabbi David Wolpe, "and do it before a mountain, a sea, a forest, a cave, a flower, a star strewn sky." Some of the greatest, most sacred of all summer poems is William Butler Yeats' "The Song of Wandering Aengus," a poem filled with desire and knowledge of life's poignancy and expanse. Just drink it in and enjoy. For more ideas, see what other readers suggest.