You know, I'm starting to wonder if Asperger's Syndrome (which is what my sister has a very mild case of, along with a friend) isn't a syndrome but rather just a difference. Take a look at all these webpages describing how they act. Many say how they are typically creative, nonconformist, highly intelligent, usually don't have trouble paying attention, find it hard to talk about themselves, are organized, can be socially inept, and aren't too horribly influenced by social norms. Now don't those sound a little bit more like personality traits instead of a DISEASE?
There's a large debate over it, too, for the people with mild cases of AS. If you put it into MBTI terms, it's a bit comparable to saying all INFJs (just as an example) have a disease/AS. And that right there really gets my brain churning. On a side note, it's estimated 1 out of every 250 people has AS. That just furthers the argument that it is a combination of personality traits and not a syndrome.
people who expect a change
who can't throw away their humanity
who stay idle in growth
who won't dirty their hands
those are the most terrifying of monsters