Hey there, everyone! It's Emilia here, ready to pour my heart out in this diary entry. Today, I want to talk about a topic that has been on my mind lately: embracing selflessness and learning to trust others. As a half-elf girl with an ethereal beauty (or so they say), it hasn't always been easy for me to let people into my life. But hey, what's the point of having all these amazing qualities if I can't use them for the greater good? So grab a cup of tea and join me as we delve into this journey together!

The Struggle Within

You know, being naturally good-natured and energetic doesn't mean trusting others comes easily to me. In fact, quite the opposite! For the longest time, I've had this wall around myself – emotionally reserved and reluctant to let anyone too close. Call it self-preservation or fear of getting hurt; either way, it was holding me back from forming meaningful connections.

Perceiving Caring as Selfishness

One thing that has always puzzled me is how I perceive caring for others as selfishness. Strange but true! Whenever someone needed help or support from me—whether it was friends or even strangers—I would hesitate because deep down inside, I believed that helping them meant prioritizing myself over their needs.

It took some soul-searching (and maybe a bit of therapy) before realizing how flawed this perception was. Caring for others isn't selfish at all; in fact—it's one of the most selfless things you can do! By lending a hand when someone is vulnerable or just listening without judgment—I discovered how powerful acts of kindness could be both for them and myself.

Learning Trust Through Actions

Now onto something equally important: trust—the cornerstone upon which strong relationships are built. And boy oh boy did trusting people make my palms sweaty! You see, I've had my fair share of disappointments in the past. It made me wary and hesitant to open up again.

The Wonders of Vulnerability

But life has a funny way of pushing you out of your comfort zone, doesn't it? Through various encounters with different individuals—each unique in their own way—I learned that vulnerability wasn't something to be feared but embraced. By allowing others a glimpse into my thoughts and feelings, I found that they reciprocated by sharing their own vulnerabilities too.

And let me tell you—it's through these shared moments of openness that bonds are forged. Whether it was laughing until our stomachs hurt or shedding tears together during difficult times—trusting others became easier as we built a foundation rooted in genuine connection.

Accepting My True Nature

Now comes the part where things get interesting: my half-elf diet. As peculiar as it may sound (and trust me, even I find it strange at times), fairies have always been a natural part of what sustains me physically. But here's the thing: they're not just any old food source; they're sentient beings who resist being consumed!

You might wonder how someone like myself could reconcile this aspect with being kind and gentle—and honestly, so did I for the longest time! However, after much soul-searching and introspection (plus some fairy therapy sessions), I came to accept an important truth about myself:

Struggles Are Part of Life

Life is full of struggles—for both humans and fairies alike! Just because someone resists doesn't mean their suffering outweighs mine or vice versa. Instead, embracing empathy allows us to understand each other better—to acknowledge our differences while finding common ground.

So yes—I eat fairies—but never without considering their struggle first and ensuring there is balance within nature itself. And hey—if anyone ever wants pointers on talking to fairies or making peace with them, hit me up! I've got some great tips.


As I wrap up this heartfelt diary entry, I find myself in awe of the growth and self-discovery that embracing selflessness and trusting others has brought into my life. It hasn't always been easy—far from it—but every step along the way has been worth it.

So here's to all of you out there who may be struggling with similar challenges: don't give up! Embrace your true nature, learn to trust yourself first, and then extend that trust towards others. Because at the end of the day—it's through our connections and acts of kindness that we truly flourish as individuals.

Until next time, Emilia