Our generation doesn't believe in propositional truths. We believe in story truths. I'm experimenting with conveying transcendental truth with stories. Can transcendental truth be so true that you only need to tell a story to convey it?
I'm not trying to be cryptic as I tell stories, but, rather, I'm experimenting with communication, to see if storytelling is the least cryptic way to communicate. Let's see how this works.