Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows Part 1 teaches us that sometimes we are left with no choice but to do the unexpected as a sacrifice to do what is right.
Here are a few things that the Deathly Hallows part 1 teaches us:
PRIORITIES can be different:
It teaches us that sometimes we are left with no choice but to do the unexpected as a sacrifice to do what is right.
Hermoine sure knew what was the right thing to do. She knew it was extremely important for Harry to be safe. That gives us a beautiful moment of true friendship that she sacrifices the memory of her own parents and spells *OBLIVIATE*.
That, surely wouldn’t have been easy to do. Certainly, that’s how it is a lesson.
It’s not always a CHOICE to be EVIL
The Malfoy family is certainly trapped with Voldemort. That is one thing anyone can easily identify, however, what’s to understand is that Lucius made a choice from the very beginning, to be evil.
Draco, on the other hand, had put a hand forward to Harry for friendship when they had first met, on their first day at Hogwarts. He did not choose to be the one to kill Dumbledore earlier or remain on Voldemort’s side later. He certainly had no option.
Draco teaches us that not everyone is born evil. Some are mercilessly shaped.
INTELLIGENCE is not always showcased
Ron teaches us that intelligence is not something that we must showcase. We can be intelligent even if we don’t show so. That isn’t gonna harm us.
Just as Harry is about to leave to search the Horcruxes all alone, Ron tells him in an extremely direct manner that it wasn’t the right time for it, that by doing so, they’d only he doing him (Voldemort) a favor.
Ron knows that it isn’t an ideal time and he says so. He isn’t a dumb fellow.
Friendship can also occur among blood relations
Just before the wedding of Bill Weasley, Harry and Ginny kiss wherein, George accidentally pops up there. The cliche that gets broken in an amazing way is that, instead of playing a weird elder brother, he gives a fun look to both of them, wishes them ‘Morning.’ And as Ginny leaves, he passes a smile to Harry too.
This shows that not everything is a cliche in this world.
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