begin to come together


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I am not sure about the meaning of "begin to come together" in the following passage:

Perhaps when our parents finally stop pointing out the things that we are not, the stories that we do not write, they will see the threads of our narrative begin to come together; they will see that behind our pastiche, the post generation speaks in a language that does make sense. We are writing a revolution. We are just putting it in our own words.(-Nicholas Handler's The Posteverything Generation)

Does it refer to "begin to make sense/ make a difference"?

Thanks very much!
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