Since the red moon appeared, chaos ensued as people lost their minds. But I remained calm and collected, unfazed by the hysteria around me.
Transitioning into the world of manga,
I found myself drawn to stories of unconventional heroes who defied the norms and challenged the status quo. I was particularly intrigued by the concept of “seinen,” a genre that often featured adult protagonists facing complex moral dilemmas. The themes of individuality and non-conformity resonated with me, and I found myself immersing myself in these stories.
As I delved deeper into the world of manga,
I discovered the concept of “hikikomori,” a term used to describe individuals who withdraw from society and live in isolation. The stories of these reclusive characters and their struggles to find their place in the world resonated with me,
and I found myself relating more and more to their experiences.
Through my exploration of manga, I found solace in the stories
of characters who refused to conform to societal norms and expectations. I learned that it was okay to be different, and that sometimes, the greatest strength lay in embracing one’s individuality.
In the end, I realized that my lack of reaction
to the red moon was a reflection of my own non-conformity. I didn’t need to follow the crowd or succumb to hysteria to be validated. I was content to forge my own path and follow my own rules,
just like the unconventional heroes of the manga I had come to love.
In conclusion, the world of manga provided me with a sense of belonging and acceptance. Through the stories of unconventional heroes and reclusive characters,
I learned to embrace my own individuality and find strength in my differences. The lessons I learned from the manga helped me to navigate the chaos of the real world
with a sense of calm and confidence, and I was proud to be able to stand apart from the crowd,
just like the heroes of the manga.