How do you proceed in writing universal literature?
Universal literature is an experience between form and formlessness. The writer’s mind wanders into a mysterious dimension where form does not exist. The author has to, first and foremost, be receptive enough to recognize the messages that are universally valid. Then he has to find the appropriate words to convey the pure nature or universality of these messages. And finally, the writer has to strip these messages of any cultural characteristics and other trivialities.