Only the aberrant, the divergent have the courage to rebel, to stand outside the law, to stand alone. Alone, their erudition, their dauntlessness, their candour, and their abnegation are unrestrained, unbounded by the definitions and the conventions of those who must submit to belong, because belonging alone ensures their survival. The most courageous act is to think for oneself – aloud – to disembroil oneself from the ravelled choking maze of caution. Cowardice extinguishes brilliance. Cowardice mutes the voice of candour. Cowardice refuses to act. Rebǝl.