The transgression of preference
The transgression of fact-finding
He can't help it; he just wants to be bad.
He can't help it; he just wants to learn and explore things for himself.
He wants to see what will happen to him if he gets caught stirring up trouble.
Relieved; he can now atone for his sins.
Disappointed; he wanted to go to the house of leaders.
Elated; he feels like this is the perfect job for him.
When he is out taking a mid-afternoon walk.
When he and Liberty are out, trying to find a place to do work.
When he and Union are working as street sweepers, they come across the grate in the ground.
International likes The Golden one, too.
Equality likes to think that he and International look alike.
International used to get in trouble when they were younger, too.
International doesn't want to get Equality in trouble and if he told, there would be trouble.
International decides that someday he might want to go into the hole too and if he tells on Equality now that opportunity will disappear.
Equality tells International that if he snitches then he will be forced to reciprocate by telling the council all about International's past transgressions.
Something like a candle
He dissects animals.
He gives himself injections of a serum that he created to help alleviate his frequent headaches.
He works with wires and experiments with the power of lightning.
She radiates warmth and energy anytime anyone is near her.
She is beautiful and different from her sisters.
She gave him a golden coin one day that she found while working in the field.
He is caught breaking the rules.
He tries to run away from society.
He is caught talking to The Golden One.
The guards were on a break while Equality was in prison. So, the society did have some, but Equality didn't see them.
There's no need for guards because no one ever gets put in prison. And then, once they are there, they are usually too scared to continue breaking the rules.
There are no locks on the doors because the guards need to be able to take the prisoners at a moment's notice. The council meets so infrequently that they generally make decisions without much preamble.
The council demanded that he be exiled.
The council demanded that he give up his invention and go back to working as a street sweeper.
The council wanted to ruin his invention and he just couldn't let them do it.
The Golden One
His friend, Union
All of the food that they find inside.
The mirror that shows her reflection.
The construction of the property and how it seemed to be made for people that were much bigger than she or Equality.
The books that are held within the shelves.
The gates that surround the complex
The unique shape of the building and how it seemed to be plunged into the side of the mountain.
He learns about the concept of work and how he must work very hard in order to succeed.
He learns about independence and what it means to live for ones' self.
He learns the truth about good vs. evil and how breaking rules can sometimes be necessary.
Someday, go back to his homeland and become their ruler.
Need to be moving on because the house they found does not feel safe.
Go back to their homeland and rescue all of their friends who want to embrace life as individuals.
He feels like it was misused in his old society because he now sees the value in working for himself.
He feels like it represented a very good way of teaching people to love one another.
He feels like the word "we" should still be applied to those that are truly worthy of the title.