Quote by J.K.Rowling: “Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of ...”
“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.”
When readers picture Albus Dumbledore, they might imagine a man with bright blue eyes; half-moon glasses perched on a long crooked nose; a tall, thin build; flowing robes; a long silver beard tucked neatly into his belt; and a face lined with age and wisdom. Within the magical world of Harry Potter, Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore is known for the greatness of his power and the depth of his wisdom. Throughout J. Context: When Dumbledore visits Harry in the hospital, he explains that he and Nicholas Flamel planned to thwart Voldemort by destroying the sorcerer's stone and that Flamel will die in the process. Dumbledore is telling Harry that Flamel's death will not be a tragedy but rather a carefully planned and welcomed sacrifice for the greater good. Meaning Within Context: Voldemort doesn't have the kind of wisdom that Dumbledore and Flamel have, the kind exemplified in the quote.
As any Harry Potter fan knows, reading the series is no easy feat. It's definitely not something that will be achieved with a dry eye. There are countless deaths, and the emotional strain is almost too much to bear. Come to think of it, why do we look back on reading this series with such nostalgia, again? Oh, right, because despite wrenching our hearts from our bodies, it's the best series of all time, and we love Harry like he is our very own, real life friend.
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