Through some set of circumstances you end up silo’ed away from the rest of the group and left to your own devices. Normally you’d celebrate the freedom that comes with this, but prisons come in all shapes and sizes, and the world of ambiguity that arises from this can be just as trapping as the strictest micromanagement. You’ve become a trusted entity, trusted enough to operate with independence and impunity, and trusted to do this work in the darkness, far away from the judging eyes of your peers, and far from their reach. In the darkness there is no light, only growing uncertainty that the choices you make are the…