Look, on the surface the purpose of a story is to entertain. That’s what most people would assume, and I am not denying that it is an important purpose for the story. But it is not the core purpose. Our ancestors had a different approach to it, and of course, storytelling should be entertaining otherwise why would someone read or listen to it. But any story without a philosophy embedded in it is like a body without a soul, there is no purpose. So there must be some philosophy that you must hope to convey through the story. Either the reader accepts those philosophies or rejects them, understands or doesn’t. That’s okay. That’s different. That’s up to each reader as long as you provoke the reader to think. But the story itself must have something. Every author must try and work towards that — I will try and use some ideology, some philosophy to convey through my stories.