The outcast is the individual that stumbles on to a way of thinking, that goes against the crowd. If not for Gandhi and many like him, there would still be a social caste system in India. But the caste system remains, for the ivory tower dictates all. Because I think I know something, I know nothing and so on, ad-infintum, infinitum. Every moment is an eternity, especialy when we dwell in our minds.
The Hindu caste system starts with the Brahman, the highest order. Then to the Kshatriyas, the warrior class. Follwing the order is the Sudras, the unskilled workers and finally the Pariah, the untouchable.
My form of logic will always be different from another, but the middle ground is in accepting it. People don't like to just accept things, for they feel they will be proven wrong by it. This is an example of clinging and desire, in one's own rightness.
Well, I have been playing game. But the thing is, I am a Brahman myself, so I got some race-factor. I know it's not universally acceptable, and all human beings under the sun are equal. But are they really?
Thank you for your response. In theory, our infinite form is pure energy which cannot be created or destroyed. In that sense humans are all equal, with the same amount of energy (think of energy as what is at the heart of the atom). In our current physical form as flesh, we give off different amounts of current depending on our physical health. If we use food as an analogy, we know that live food can be measured in electrical current and dead food has no measurable electrical current. Brain scans show some brains being far more 'alive' than others due to lack or abundance of electrical pathways, all part of our general health/physical condition.