What crime does the narrator commit in chapter 1 pages 17-37

what crime does he commit and why is it considered "wrong"?

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In Chapter One, Equality explains that the act of keeping a secret journal without the permission of the Council of Vocations is against the law and a sin because his thoughts are not shared, but personal. However, he has committed an even greater crime. He is writing alone in a tunnel with a stolen candle, although the laws require that no one can ever be alone