Hey there, diary. Today, I want to talk about something that has been on my mind for quite some time now - the divide between Talents and Talentless individuals. It's a topic that is often surrounded by misconceptions and stereotypes, but I believe it's important to debunk these myths and embrace the diversity that exists among us.

Growing up, I was taught to fear Talented individuals. They were portrayed as dangerous threats to humanity, responsible for all the chaos in the world. But after spending time on this island with Nanao Nakajima and his classmates, my perspective has shifted drastically.

I've come to realize that being Talented doesn't make someone inherently good or bad. Just like being Talentless doesn't define one's worth or capabilities. We are all unique individuals with our own strengths and weaknesses, regardless of whether we possess special abilities or not.

Nanao Nakajima is a perfect example of this realization for me. Despite initially believing he was Talentless, he proved himself to be a strong leader with his ability to neutralize other Talents. He showed me that true power comes from within - from our actions and choices rather than any inherent gifts we may have.

Through my interactions with Nanao and his classmates, I've learned valuable lessons about acceptance and understanding. We shouldn't judge others based on their abilities or lack thereof; instead, we should celebrate our differences and learn from each other's experiences.

The so-called "Enemies of Humanity" turned out to be just regular people trying their best in a world filled with prejudice and discrimination against them simply because they were born different. I urge you all reading this diary entry today: let go of your preconceived notions about talents versus talentlessnesss Let us embrace diversity wholeheartedly!