If we look high enough, we will see one star distinguished from all the rest.
Sometimes we look to "stars," or people who excel at what they do.
We know them for one great thing they did that really matters.
There was Mark "the Bird" Fidrych, still remembered 37 years after his rookie baseball season in which he brought joy to his teammates, the fans and baseball itself.
There was the "Tank Man" in China, famous for his resilience in standing in front of a tank poised to run him over.
There was Robert F. Kennedy, a candidate for president, whose heartfelt plea for peace to a mostly black crowd in Indianapolis informing them of the assassination of Martin Luther King may well have saved lives.
What did these achievers have in common?
They expected nothing in return for their efforts. None of them demanded anything of those around them. And each changed the rules of victory and defeat.
Can you think of other examples of true "zenith"?