I have offered to help a friend with her young daughter, I am going to go across, and up the street and get her, but the day turns to black night, is filled with cars coming from both directions, with no headlights on, and I can't cross. The street turns to ocean, but the sky remains black. I levitate across the water to the other side, but it's so dark, I can't find the daughter, so I come back. When I am rejoined with my friend, the sky has turned back to day, and I try to convince her it had just been pitch-black a minute ago, I swear.
I was only going to be able to help for 25 minutes, anyway, so what's the big deal?
What's up with the sky dramatically, and unpredictably changing?
What's up with it only being me that saw the sudden shifts?
When did I learn to levitate, and why can't I do it all the time?
Life can look dark, then suddenly, the sun comes out. And vice-versa.
We don't need other people to see what we see, experience what we experience, to make it true.
Getting up and over the tricky parts of life (levitating) is the key.