Challenge: Write a short paragraph (100 words or less) daily on a topic beginning with the sequential letter of the alphabet.
Astronomical zeniths are easy enough to calculate; it’s the metaphorical ones that get tricky. How do you know when someone is at the pinnacle of their career, or their success? If someone could precisely know the zenith of stock prices and when to buy and sell, they’d make a handsome fortune. The thing about zeniths, on a personal level, is that the word implies an end to growth or progress, and as such, is not something to be desired. When we stop growing, learning, and maturing, we die. Seen in that light, I suppose you could classify know-it-alls as zombies.