A love-in is defined as "a social gathering to promote love and feelings of well-being". Wouldn't it be cool if people still gathered for this purpose like they did in the 60s?
I'm not a hippie or a new ager, but I do believe that love is the meaning of life. How I interpret that may be different than others' beliefs, though.
I don't believe that finding someone to fall in love with and living happily ever after is the meaning of life. Love can be found in the most surprising places and, even though romantic love is a beautiful and precious thing, it's not everything.
It's important to love yourself and emanate that love. I'm not talking about a false sense of superiority, which I think is just as unhealthy as a false sense of inferiority. I'm talking about loving and accepting who you are, as you are. You can't truly love or help others if you don't do the same for yourself.
Having been on both ends of the spectrum, my experiences have shown me that my outlook and how I feel about myself affects how I perceive and experience everything.
Peace and Love