A group of blind men argued on what an elephant looks like. One of them touched the leg of the elephant and felt that the elephant was a pillar. The one that grabbed the tail thought that the elephant was like a rope. Another one that felt the belly concluded that the elephant was like a wall. One of the blind men held the trunk and believed that the elephant was like a snake. Another one touched the ear and thought that the elephant was like a carpet. Yet another one, who felt the tusk, said that the elephant was like a spear. But there was a blind man who saw the elephant. He saw, knowing that everyone was right.
Tales get familiar with the laws of this world, they are described by parables. We only ensured that the law could be touched, picked up and looked at. We made it possible for it to be brought home and placed on a spot for viewing. We only made the law easier to be understood and easier to give. Once close, it would remind you how to accept a situation and how to react. For example, the reminder principle works in psychology – it is used in personal growth and change of habits. It is a souvenir (French word for "remembrance", or "memory") brought from the conscious to the hustle and bustle of everyday life.