The Elephant Parable is used to illustrate that everyone has some “truths”, but no one has the whole Truth. The narrator tells the story about the blind men who all feel a different part of the Elephant and make their judgment about what an Elephant (Truth) is – based on what they personally experience (truths). But the whole story depends on one very important thing. The Narrator, who can see, knows that it’s an ELEPHANT. And just like there’s a real Elephant, there’s a real Truth.