“Back to witches and wizards and magical beasts, to goblins and ghosts and magical feasts”
‘It’s just a book’. Some people say, but we believe it is much more than that.
It taught us the value of friendship, love and bravery.
Each one of the characters has taught us something.
Something we’ll remember for the rest of our lives.
‘It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.‘
Neville Longbottom. He may not seem like the bravest person. But he believed in himself, he taught us that sometimes you just have to face your fears. And in the end you will succeed.
“You and whose army?”
Then there is Luna, she taught us that it’s okay to be yourself, not care about what people think of you. To always be positive, even when the time and place doesn’t allow you to be.
“You’re just as sane as I am!”
The book taught us what true love is.
How Tonks accepts Lupin for what he is, and knows what he isn’t. That is true love.
When Snape does all he can, to protect Harry, just because he loved his mother. He even died for her. that is true love.
Ron and Hermoine tell us how a friendship can blossom into love.
It is always there and always will be.
Lily Potter and Molly Weasley taught us that a mother’s love is more powerful than anything. No evil can harm you, if your mother is by your side.
Hermoine and Mr. Weasley taught us that it’s okay to be curious about the unknown, it just leads to greater knowledge.
Fred and George taught us that any situation no matter how serious can be turned into something fun.
Like when George loses his ear he said “i feel saint-like, very ‘hole-y'”. In every dark situation, there is light, love and hope.
“The thing about growing up with Fred and George is that you sort of start thinking, that anything is possible if you’ve got enough nerve.” ~Ginny Weasley
McGonaggal taught us that even our teachers can be the coolest people we know. And any situation can be handled with patience and there is no need for panic.
“I always wanted to use this spell“.
Hagrid taught us that loyalty truly is the best quality.
Be loyal to your friends, whether they are humans or even dogs. 🙂
“I brought you here 16 years ago, when you were no bigger than a bowtruckle, it’s only right that i should be the one to take you away now.”
Dumbledore taught us to believe in our self. And trust our abilities. He taught us that even after death, there is a life.
“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.”
Sirius Black taught us that nothing is impossible, everything can be achieved.
He taught us, even if no one believes us we must believe in ourselves. He taught how important friendship is in life.
“It’s been 14 years, and still not a day goes by that I don’t miss your dad.”
Hogwarts taught us that in each of us, there is a hidden talent. We all have the power to defeat evil. And to overcome every fear.
We’ve grown up, with these amazing characters. They seem real to us.
The boy who lived, the brightest witch of her age and the king. We are the potter generation.
“Whether you come by film or by page, hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home” :’)