From "The Invisible Man: Brother's Keeper (#2.6)"
[writing in a notebook to Darien
] Darien, James Bevel wrote "If a man doesn't find anything to die for, he probably hasn't have anything to live for." At first, you may not understand why I did this. In fact, I'm sure you won't. I can only hope you can forgive me until you do. I've decided not to tell them how to remove the gland. Even though you may fear it I believe that it's made you a better man, closer to your true self. I know you'll get there. I'm proud of how far you've already come.