1. The only truth that can be precisely expressed is scientific truth,
of which mathematics, i.e. logic, is the ideal form.
2. But scientific truth is not the only truth that exists.
3. There is truth that can be experienced but not expressed, for it lacks
expressible form. Inexpressible truth is more essential to human beings
than the other, for it precedes expressible truth in the evolutionary
development of the human species.
4. Of expressible truth, we suffer deluge;
of inexpressible truth, we suffer drought.
5. These assertions, if true, merely add to the deluge.
6. All the same, for an inexpressible truth,
go spend five minutes looking into a mirror.