Sharon Stone

 

In 2001 Sharon Stone was diagnosed with brain aneurysm, which was so severe they had to operate on the problem immediately. The actress later explained: "When I woke up I had to learn to walk, hear, write, talk, remember and everything all over again. "I got down, down to it. And when I got down to it, it was like being a phoenix - Rising from the ashes and starting everything all over." "Everything I had been before, it was like I wasn't any of those things anymore. It was like a death. But it's not a bad thing. "Everything got richer for me through this experience. Everything got better for me, through this experience. It was like starting over. Every death is a re-birth." She added: "We're taught to mourn death, to fear death. To agonise over death. We're not taught to celebrate and experience death as part of something that's natural - which is unfortunate since we're all going to do it."

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