Few things are as annoying as faulty streetlights. I know of one street that’s fairly dark, even though it has a light. This particular streetlight doesn’t stay on for several seconds or minutes. It winks like lightning, resembling Frankenstein’s lab. You can imagine the scary thoughts that accompany a drive along that road. Instinctively, we fear what we can’t see. Check your locks and imagine this:
That’s not the kind of wackiness you want to see at night when imaginations run wild in the midst of shadows and creepy corners. Sometimes, the things we can’t see cause us more anxiety than what we can see. What situation caused you anxiety until after you walked through it, looked back, and saw how it improved you?