About moral autonomy and norm

‎Paul quoting Immanuel Kant:

“The single most important quality needed to resist evil is moral autonomy.”

Me:
Moral autonomy can only be understood in non-conformity as to what is considered “normal”. Only the one who is no longer afraid of, and has worked through loneliness, knows what to be autonomous is about.

Paul:
Would it be fair to say normality is evil? That is to say conformity is evil?

Me:
There is no other way I can express it than saying that yes, Conformity is Evil.
Normality is the dream of the lazy, who vehemently refuses to see the obvious
fact that life obeys no rule.

Paul:
I would have to say….I agree. Well said. “Normality is the dream of the lazy.” I like that sentence a lot actually. I think the word illusion is fitting too. “Normal” can never be the same as what is, or “the actual.”

Me:
Yes, there is the Idea of normality but the actual,- or “what is” -, can never fit into “normal”, as it can never conform to any preconceived idea.