The Importance of the Outsider

Mildred: Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?

Johnny: Whadda you got?

The outsider lives in an original world, a unique world, a world of individual perspective, free from the pressure of the group. Once the outsider attaches to an anothers ideology or relationship or an image that was created by someone else, he loses some of that uniqueness; he loses some of that originality, a bit of his individuality; twisting and turning to exist within this new construct; having to learn the rules of this new reality, the reality of conforming to…