It's just that I've noticed that a pretty prevalent theme so far has been taking control of one's fate.
Out of the blue, Hayate gets inducted into an interdimensional police force, pulled from his home dimension and antagonistic environment. But the training grounds for the Bureau are unlike any sort of school or academy, at least not in the sense of what one might expect from a police school or other type of school a 16 year old would be going to. Most schools, of any kind, seek to shape their students in a particular way, to conform to either a certain viewpoint, have a particular attitude or worldview, or be prepared for a specific career that only a specific kind of personality is suited for, which the school then tries to mold onto the student.
But here at the bureau, the focus seems entirely on self-determinism. Yes there are rules about student conduct, but they mostly seem to be focused on not getting into trouble when/where you shouldn't be, and that seems designed to reinforce the idea of discretion being paramount while operating in different dimensions.
The dorms aren't monitored, so students are free to live however they see fit. Our powers and fighting style and capabilities all either spring from within or have been chosen by us. Creativity seems to be the primary quality that the combat exercises are meant to teach.
Also, a lot of the story we've been creating has been about vastly improving Hayate's happiness, through his own choices and lifestyle and not just accepting whatever situations are dumped on him.
It's just something i noticed. again, probably reading too much into it, but it really feels like the purpose of Bureau training is not just make you ready for incredibly dangerous assignments but to encourage you to become exactly the kind of person you want to be. I hope LG sticks with that.