ToTM #43 Heretics of the Ordinary
Every school or organized religion has had at its inception a real shaman; someone who cared nothing for the protocol of primate civilization; who left it in favor of exploring the corridors and passageways of the labyrinth. The unexpected and non-sequitur behavior of the shaman shocks everyone contacting him, nudging them out of apathy. While alive, the shaman is considered dangerous or insane. After death he is often called a saint.