Might Mean
Difference: differences, exoticism, standing out from the crowd, being singled out, originality, one of a kind, unrelated, distance from one another, intolerance, intrusion, being a stranger to oneself

Marginality: outsider, weirdo, not fitting in, orphan, being or feeling out of place, being closed off, recluse, alone, alienation or rejection, exile

Independence: following a different path, individuality, individuation, finding one's voice, not asking for help, solitude, being single, hiding in a shell
For Example
Movie Clips and Videos:

Seeing things differently - Dead Poets Society

Strange guests - Easy Rider

Captain Fantastic

Just For Tonight, Pretend You Don't Know Me (Modern Love),  

Not What They Seem (The Moth Radio Hour), 
For Who the Cowbell Tolls (Radiolab), 
The Cruelty of Children, Nowhere Man

Switched At Birth ​​​​​​(This American Life)

"The vast majority of people are quite incapable of putting themselves individually into the mind of another. This is indeed a singularly rare art, and, truth to tell, does not take us very far. Even the man whom we think we know best and who assures us himself that we understand him through and through is at bottom a stranger to us. He is 'different.' The most we can do, and the best, is to have at least some inkling of his otherness, to respect it, and to guard against the outrageous stupidity of wishing to interpret it."
– C.G. Jung, Two Essays on Analytical Psychology, p. 363

“Can you lay eggs?” “No.” “Then have the goodness to hold your tongue.” “Can you raise your back, or purr, or throw out sparks?” “No.” “Then you have no right to express an opinion when sensible people are speaking.” So the duckling sat in a corner, feeling very low spirited. 
“You don’t understand me,” said the duckling.
“We don’t understand you? Who can understand you, I wonder? Are you not in a warm room, and in society from which you may learn something. I may tell you unpleasant truths, but that is a proof of my friendship. I advise you, therefore, to lay eggs, and learn to purr as quickly as possible.”
“I believe I must go out into the world again,” said the duckling.

Take Courage (Andrew Bird)​​​​​​​

Take Courage – Andrew Bird

Tarot:  The Hermit
Mythology: Diogenes
Alchemy: Knight of the Double Fountain (Splendor Solis)
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