The yellow object is the flame of the candle, which is the only way we can see in dark.
Chapter 1- Gracey Brooks
Our name is Equality, we are writing in a journal and this is a sin. This is not the only sin upon us.
We don't know what this means...
WHAT!?! We don't know!
We know this, but we must not show it.
We wish we could speak.
We cannot speak, We greet with our eyes.
In this scene, Equality is writing in a journal. Equality talks about how it is dark, we know this because on page 17 Equality states, "It is dark here. The flame of the candle stands..." (Rand 17).
You are beautiful, Liberty 5-3000
This is when Equality is at school, he knows everything but he must not show it. Equality exclaims "We tried not to understand what the Teachers taught, but we always understood..." (Rand 21).
They must not speak to each, so therefore the make eye contact and raise their hands to their eyes to greet each other. Equality announced "...we greeted each other with our eyes. We dared not speak" (Rand 40).
We shall bring the water to you.
This is the first time Equality speaks to Liberty and he tells her that she is beautiful. Equality tells us "We had broken so many laws, and today we have broken one more. Today we spoke to the Golden One" (Rand 42).
In this scene, Equality discovered how to make electricity but does not know the name of it. In chapter tree, Equality revealed "We have built strange things with this discovery of ours" (Rand 53).
This is where Liberty gathers water in her hands and lets Equality drink out of her hands. Yet equality does not remember if he really drank the water, He tells us "We do not know if we drank the water. We only knew suddenly that their hands were empty" (Rand 57).