Janey went through school and ended up with a Masters degree in Marketing. Janey became a marketer. Janey knew who she was. She was a marketer.
Tony went through school and ended up with a BA degree in Politics. Tony became a politician. Tony knew who he was. He was a politician.
Paul went through school and ended up with a MA degree in Law. Paul became a lawyer. Paul knew who he was. He was a lawyer.
Percy didn't go through school, but ended up with the will to find out who he really was.
Percy rejected the language of others, in favour of developing his own language.
Because of this, Percy was rejected - time and time again.
But Percy's will survived the test of being a misfit. Of wanting to be a misfit, yet also wanting to find a place to belong.
One day Percy awoke to realise that he did have a place on the shelf - albeit a new place - and he knew that he would now be accepted for what he truly was.
Whatsmore Percy had carved his own unique place in the sand - rather than to simply validate himself against the status quo.
The benefits of a poor education - and a strong will to find your own language.