chapter  10
Confronting Death: An Experiential Imagery Exercise
WithAnees A. Sheikh
Pages 6

Someone once said, “If stars come out only once in a lifetime, everyone would be out to see them.” Not only would we be out to see them but all who saw them would remark about the grandeur of the experience. The media would announce it for weeks in advance and proclaim the beauty of it long after the lights were stilled. We would be prepared and finely tuned to experience the stars if they came out only once, but when they shine every night we go for months without even looking up.